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“All the performers’ acting was solid, highlighted by Bridget Kennedy playing Kourtney Kat, nailing her signature deadpan personality, while never once cracking a smile despite the outrageous lines she spoke...If you’re looking for a fun night in the theater, I highly recommend seeing this show. The songs were catchy, because they’re still stuck in my head. Whether you love the Kardashians, hate them, or don’t think about them at all, you will be laughing till you cry.” Full Review
"3 Mics' is quite simply the the most innovative comedy show I’ve seen in years...It’s a sobering transition from the hilarious stand-up, and successfully compelling...'3 Mics' is a must-see that delivers everything often lacking in stand-up." Full Review
"Thought-provoking, sometimes uncomfortable, mesmerizing. Those are the words that best describe 'Carefully Taught,' a new play by Cheryl L. Davis and directed by Pat Golden...Without being offensive or stereotypical, each actor moves seamlessly between each of their roles and the races of their characters. But in addition to tackling heavy topics, and making me think and question certain things, it also made me laugh." Full Review
"Very reminiscent of Cirque du Soleil where you’re seeing acrobatics that seem impossible...To be able to sing, and sing well, while contorting and using their bodies in the manner they did was spectacular. I would highly recommend seeing this show but with the caveat to have an open mind. This show is meant to be entertaining and fun; while the performers are top-notch they do not take themselves too seriously and want the audience to enjoy themselves." Full Review
"There are equal amounts of humor, betrayal, and tragedy that make for an exciting show that never gets dull or moves slowly. With such relatable topics, it just goes to show how little has changed since the eighteenth century Qing Dynasty. There’s something for viewers of all ages, and I encourage you to see why this adaptation has been required reading for Chinese students for hundreds of years." Full Review
"Attea and composer Arthur Abrams have managed to improve upon something already amazing, what I would call a MUCH lighter episode of 'House of Cards,' and infused it with catchy songs that will be pleasantly stuck in your head for a couple of days...The play has the feel of a large ensemble cast but with only a fraction of the actors, which makes it fun and intimate. Whether you’re well-versed in politics or not, 'Heather Smiley For President' will keep you entertained." Full Review