National Lampoon presents a musical parody of the hit 80's/90's sitcom, starring Perez Hilton as Danny Tanner and answering the age-old question: "How many catchphrases can one family have?!" More…
From the creators of 'Bayside! The Musical' comes their newest spoofy concoction. In 'Full House! The Musical!' the Tanner family patriarch, Danny, loses his super power of solving any problem with his sensible Dad Speeches. Follow Danny's wacky and hilarious descent into madness as he slowly turns from wholesome Danny Tanner to foul-mouthed and dark Bob Saget. Will he get his Dad Speech power back in time to save his family? Probably not!
"'Full House the Musical' is by no means perfect. But 'Full House the Musical' will make you laugh and get nostalgic and eager for the sequel series on Netflix. If 'Full House the Musical' wants to have a long run and capitalize on that series, Bob and Tobly McSmith have some cleaning up to do." Full Review
for a previous production "I didn’t like this show. I think it needs more work. I felt like I watched an overpriced fringe show stuck in it’s first draft. It’s ok to be silly and make ridiculous jokes, but the concept as a whole has to be funny for that to work and I just felt it fell flat in that department...At least you’re supporting the team members who are stuck in this unpolished show. Even if we had to suffer through it a little bit." Full Review
for a previous production "Embraces its own badness as enthusiastically as the Tanner clan used to engage in cure-all hugs. It’s a fetid mess of ugly wigs, tasteless jokes, gross sight gags and grotesque performances. All that, plus fellating puppets. It’s almost as if Saget, who in his stand-up routines likes to be dirty for dirty’s sake, had written its perverted script." Full Review
for a previous production "Two audience members sitting next to me lasted only half an hour before walking out, and they weren't the only ones. Perhaps the show has a future as some kind of psychological endurance test? Pure, unadulterated WTF from start to finish, 'Full House The Musical!,' which heads next to off-Broadway, deserves a special place on the mantle of terrible things." Full Review
for a previous production "'Full House! The Musical!' is not very good. But the producers likely won’t be bothered by a negative review, no matter how many unresolved plot points, offensive portrayals of young women or moments of just plain bad comedy we can list...It’s hard to imagine what producers thought they were adding to Toronto’s cultural scene with a rough, low-budget preview. There are plenty of local comedians doing TV-themed improv shows, and doing it better. Please give them your money instead." Full Review
for a previous production "This National Lampoon version of 'Full House' is more like a demolition site. It’s not even ready for Bob Saget’s basement. Let’s just say that after intermission, it was no longer a full house. (The ones who left were the lucky ones. As bad as the first half is, the second half is so bad that it makes you yearn for the wit and charm of the first)...'Full House: The Musical!' is so obnoxious and mean-spirited that it makes you realize what a bold absurdist masterwork 'Cannibal! The Musical' ... Full Review
See it if You loved Full House and love National Lampoon's Vacation films with Chevy Chase. It's like if they had a baby.
Don't see it if You're easily offended, there is a lot of crude humor and a lot of hugging the audience.
See it if You were a fan of the show. You Don't want to see a serious show--Arthur Miller fans: stay away! DEFINITELY have a drink at the bar first!
Don't see it if You didn't watch Full House--lots of references will be lost on you!
See it if you liked Full House and think you can laugh at a raunchy version of it; if you like the humor of National Lampoons.
Don't see it if you don't want to ruin your childhood a little by tarnishing the wholesome image of Full House, or you don't like crude humor.
See it if You're a fan of the tv show. You will laugh in spite of yourself. Cast is very fun. Raunchy and offensive. Have a cocktail before the show.
Don't see it if you need some substance in your musicals. This is National Lampoon, not Sondheim.
See it if You remember the series. See it because it may surprise you. Actually funnier than I expected. No, Perez wasn't there which was ok with me.
Don't see it if You expect the sweetness of the series. If raw, raunchy, taboo isn't for you, don't see it.
See it if You like full house and want a VERY dirty show with a hella game cast. It's not a perfect show but was highly enjoyable
Don't see it if Never seen full house or want high quality theatre
See it if Demented is a good word for this show. Shocking at times, slightly amusing and not amusing at all at others. Offers a fun campy performances
Don't see it if You pay more than $20 for your ticket.
See it if You'd like an edgy, vulgar, and darker version of the beloved sitcom. You will laugh, but after a while, it's gratuitious.
Don't see it if You have fond memories of the sitcom and expect more of the same. After a while, it becomes totally predictable.
See it if It's raining really, really hard and you have no place else where you can stay dry.
Don't see it if there is any other place you can possibly be. This is painful. For about five minutes we were hopeful, but those minutes were not together.
See it if you are a diehard fan of Full House and you enjoy raunchy parody. The writing is not amazing, but the actors seem to be enjoying the ride.
Don't see it if you have expectations of polished entertainment. More in line with an over-rehearsed amateur improv group. A drink (or several) will help.
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