Poe-Etic License

Cabaret & Variety · aquarian family circus · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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BEEF WELLINGTON certified reviewer June 12, 2023
Bradley Boobs is the Ethel Merman of the Macabre... full review
TUBA HEATHERTON certified reviewer June 07, 2023
Saw Bradley Bobbs’ HFF offering: “Poe-Etic License”. Critique: I wish there was more of it. Spoiler: This is not a one man show. It’s produced by the Aquarian Family Circus. Several delightful takes take place on the work of a troubled author and poet. Theymele Arts (Asylum) “California Room”, 5481 Santa Monica Blvd. Shows in June: 3rd-4:45pm, 11th-4:45pm, 16th-7:45pm, 19th-9:45pm, 22nd-8:45pm, & 24th-5:45pm. Tix: hollywoodfringe.org or at the door unless the show is sold-out. After the show? Try: The House of Poes…... full review
KEITH DENNEMEYER certified reviewer June 02, 2023
tagged as: fun · mesmerizing · Mysterious · genius · provoking · intriguing · moving
A fun experience... You will be transported to POE 2023 and mystical dancing... "Talent hits the target no one else can hit Genius hits a target no one else can see", this is both... Live experience witnessing POE vocalizing poems from his book of life...and mysterious ethereal Raven dancing...... full review
MICAH COVER certified reviewer June 01, 2023
What a thrill to see my heroes Bradley Bobbs & Alayha Aquarian in their brilliant World Premiere of Poe-etic License. Bradley’s passionate delivery of Poe’s work - The Bells and The Raven - was literally breathtaking (you could hear a pin drop in the audience) and worth the price of admission alone. Music Director Paul Zullo’s contribution was a perfect addition to the proceedings. BRAVO!... full review
OLIVE BUDA certified reviewer June 02, 2023
tagged as: silly · serious · fun · music · dance · poetry
What fun!!! Really enjoyed this show. Definitely worth going to and enjoying the serious work involved to create a fun evening of poetry, music and interpretive dance. ... full review
MAAT ATKINS certified reviewer June 29, 2024
tagged as: Hybrid · poetic · Anachronistic · creative · inventive
I really liked the mesh of a living Edgar Allen Poe anacrhonized to todays elements of a goth band who plays Dylan tunes and an interpretive dancer in the mix. Very creative and the name itself POE-tic License is so appropriate! THEATRE ASYLUM JUDGE... full review
LYNNETTE LYNNETTE certified reviewer June 29, 2024
tagged as: costumes · dancing · laughter · music · fun · surprising · creative · funny · original · brilliant
Dr. Bradley Bobbs performance was just mesmerizing! I was captivated from the very start. He is Poe and he puts every word to life! He is worthy to take this to a higher level and go on tour! It was dramatic, funny, and fun. The music was surprising and clever. The Dancing that Alayha performed was beautiful and her costumes were divine! I even got to dance with her on stage as the Raven. Very original and genius! I would recommend this to everyone! I loved it!... full review
ROBERTA ROMERO certified reviewer June 23, 2024
tagged as: innovative · Enthusiastic · creative
Fun and creative.... full review
DANA BENSON certified reviewer June 22, 2024
tagged as: excellent
Edgar Allen Poe and Bob Dylan Mashed Up @ Hollywood Fringe Festival. By Dana Benson, Discover Hollywood Magazine I was fortunate to experience a unique theatrical performance at the Fringe Festival on June 20. Mad scientist/practicing laser physicist Dr. Bradley Bobbs acted out a witty, comic, and musical interpretation of Edgar Allen Poe’s poetry entitled “Poe-Etic License.” Musical director Daniel Collins, producer-chanteuse Alaya Aquarian, stage manager Pam Noles, and musicians Dr. Robert Strong, Jon Ward, Janet Housden, and E-Roy Hilligros assisted. The play featured an artful weaving of Bob Dylan’s musical poetry into the fabric of Poe’s work, in addition to “straight” recitations of Poe’s “The Bells” and “The Raven.” Bobbs, ... full review
JENNIFER CALDWELL certified reviewer June 18, 2024
This show is a lively, freeing experience that feels unpredictable. Funny, gut-wrenching, awe-inspiring - the poems are classic and the parody is sublime. The music is pure treasure and the raven's dance - a dream with some unexpected elements! ... full review