Allison Hohman (Critic)

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Reviews (5)
Stage Buddy

"The hour long show is great for kids, but also entertaining for adults. The story has a nice arc, with nothing particularly cheesy or stereotypical happening, a catchy and clever score, and also, a heartwarming message...Every moment, thanks to director Sam Viverito, is tight and precise, but doesn't come off as robotic. The show has this wonderful look and feel of something that may have been thrown together, but it's obvious that much thought and love has been put into the process." Full Review

The Bachelors
West Village
Stage Buddy

"Through it's clever dialogue, especially Kevlar's drunken tangents and retorts, and also intimate conversations and moments between the three men, playwright Caroline V. McGraw makes sure that we really see the truth within these characters and can understand their situations as if they are our own. In only one hour, 'The Bachelors' really makes you think about the choices you make the consequences they have. You'll leave feeling slightly unresolved, but life has no resolution, right?" Full Review

Clever Little Lies
Midtown W
Stage Buddy

"This 90-minute, no-intermission show will not only make you burst into laughter (some audience members were laughing after every line), but will allow you a window into the compromises we all make and the humanity it takes to make them. With a strong cast and humorous script, 'Clever Little Lies' tells a simple story with touching message. It's well worth your time." Full Review

Shear Madness
Midtown W
Stage Buddy

"The actors are, as you would expect, excellent improvisors, prepared to answer any question an audience member may throw out to them during the interrogation section. This cast works seamlessly together and because of that the flow of the show is very smooth...If you're looking for a laugh, 'Shear Madness' has got you covered. With a script full of one liners, a truly comedic cast, and a different murderer every night you'll experience a one-of-a-kind night at the theatre." Full Review

Stage Buddy

"Playwright Margaret Dulaney does an excellent job of mixing comedy, philosophical notions and relatable family drama into one story. There was the occasional one liner that didn't quite land with the audience, but the general tone of humor flowed well throughout the story." Full Review