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Disruptive football chants escalated to laxatives in my tea and being mildly electrocuted with a piece of copper pipe.
Andrea is a talented singer, and Howard is a creative musician who can make music out of anything. However, much of the music they played was new to me or not the kind of music I would usually listen to on Spotify.
Colleen Lavin was the most nervous of all the comedians I’ve seen this Fringe, and perhaps that’s why Murderbot listens in judgement. I enjoyed it, but I’m a techhead.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a remarkable musical adaptation that blends the book with Disney songs. It is well-paced, powerfully sung, tragic, lovely, and thoughtful. I highly recommend it.
Comedians and (Similar to but Legally Distinct from) Dragons is a D&D improv comedy show in a bar basement in front of a live audience. The show relies on the audience’s agency and the power of the imagination, rather than fancy tech, to create a truly immersive experience. This makes it one of the best RPG-structured improv comedy shows I’ve seen this year.
The show is presented in a schoolroom-style format that keeps the audience engaged from beginning to end. The blend of national news and personal impact is perfectly balanced. I expected to enjoy the storytelling of “Suffragette Alice Hawkins” a little, but I ended up liking it a lot.
Vita and Virginia is a moving and thought-provoking play that explores the complex relationship between two brilliant women. Emma Francis and Ruth Cattell give outstanding performances as Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf, respectively. They bring the characters to life with empathy and understanding, and their chemistry is undeniable. Atkins’ abridgement is masterful, capturing the original text’s essence while making it more accessible to a modern audience.