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ALL SHOWS AT THE TRIAD HAVE A 2-DRINK MINIMUM PER PERSON. All tickets are subject to a $3.50 convenience fee. Blackout dates may apply. All sales are final - no refunds or exchanges. Offer subject to availability. Not valid in combination with any other offers. Normal service charges apply to phone and internet orders. Performance schedule subject to change. Offer may be revoked or modified at any time without notice.
ALL SHOWS AT THE TRIAD HAVE A 2-DRINK MINIMUM PER PERSON.
All tickets are subject to a $3.50 convenience fee. Blackout dates may apply. All sales are final - no refunds or exchanges. Offer subject to availability. Not valid in combination with any other offers. Normal service charges apply to phone and internet orders. Performance schedule subject to change. Offer may be revoked or modified at any time without notice.
PLEASE NOTE: THE VENUE HAS A 2-DRINK MINIMUM per person. All tickets are subject to a $3.50 convenience fee. Blackout dates may apply. All sales are final - no refunds or exchanges. Offer subject to availability. Not valid in combination with any other offers. Normal service charges apply to phone and internet orders. Performance schedule subject to change. Offer may be revoked or modified at any time without notice.
"As a serving of fresh red meat for fed-up liberal theatregoers–if that's not redundant–it packs a fair amount of bite, and all involved are dedicated to keeping it up-to-date...Falzone keeps the action pacey, although there is a slightly rough, ragged quality that doesn't always seem intentional...But if you're in the mood for a comic takedown of the 45th president and his often bizarre entourage, you'll enjoy some bursts of clarifying laughter." Full Review
"How can a satire possibly be more farcical or bizarre or outrageous than the president’s own words and actions? Spoiler alert: It can’t. Here, a lot of the jokes are bad and the marks are easy...There are a lot worse ways to spend a Saturday night than laughing and grieving together. The performers are fine singers and fizzy delights, with Mr. Spitaletta and Ms. Weinberger emerging as particularly skillful impersonators...It wasn’t impeachment, but it wasn’t so bad." Full Review
“A mildly humorous political revue about the 45th POTUS...Being reminded of almost every creature in this so-called leader's black lagoon (a.k.a. swamp) for a nonstop, 85-minutes can be a slog...Still, given the need for some outlet, any outlet, for theatregoers to vent their disgust, shows like this…perform a valuable public service. They cavort with nonstop energy but the impersonations are mostly ragged and singing ability is not a company strength. Only Weinberger displays…standout talent.” Full Review
"The enterprise that Holson conceived...includes numbers trading on abiding Trump situations and disasters. Most of the passing time they’re mildly amusing as performed by the cast in a Gerard Alessandrini-like whirlwind. That, by the way, is despite some of them not being exactly close to pitch...Then there’s the late turn in which she has Weinberger as Hillary Clinton sing out the f-word several times and include at least one s**t word. This is not satire. It’s degradation." Full Review
"Breezy but patchy...The youthful and energetic cast and the wigs are outstanding...Director Falzone’s brisk staging mines as much comedy and visual variety as possible, making this virtually unfunny 85-minute presentation bearable...For those upset at how the election turned out, 'Me the People' may be mildly cathartic. As an entertainment it borders on being passable." Full Review
"A rousing tonic to despair...A clever, satirical revue...The talented quartet sing with exuberance and commitment, doing hilarious impressions...This show is guaranteed to make you laugh. Guaranteed...This is definitely a satire from the heart and it gets to the heart of the matter...Holson speaks her truth, demonstrating the power of humor as refuge and inspiration. Kindred spirits gather, have a drink, laugh and are reinvigorated for the fight." Full Review
"The result is is often downright hilarious, thanks to the blend of clever lyrics and song parodies, and especially thanks to the four exceptionally talented, very funny and inventive performers who assume a rapid-fire variety of identities...The wide-ranging sketches and character assortment involve rapid changes of costumes and wigs." Full Review
"Political comedy has reached new levels of brazenness...A bright and shiny example of the trend, with a quartet of deliciously talented performers...They switch effortlessly from one impression to the next, often with split-second timing...Assuming that at least part of Holson’s mission is to make us laugh, she certainly succeeds. Not everything squarely hits its mark and there’s a lot of ‘preaching to the choir’ about this show, but if nothing else, it’s a very funny, well-delivered sermon." Full Review
"For both a hilarious night out and a satirical look at the current state of politics, 'Me the People' will not disappoint...The writing, which could easily have fallen into a gimmicky trap, is nuanced, giving even the most outrageous sketches a smart and extremely relevant feel. The evening draws attention to the political anxiety looming in the back of everyone’s mind while giving the audience a safe space to come together and face the next four years with a laugh." Full Review
"A hilarious, song and dance review through the Trump Administration. Held together by four strong musical theater actors, this political parody will keep you smiling and tapping your toes...The music has a rippling, bouncy quality that effortlessly keeps each moment flowing into the next...Director Jay Falzone has sprinkled in some great, comedic moments..The frivolity and sense of ease make for a joyous evening at the theater." Full Review
"'Me the People' manages to be entertaining and cringe-worthy at its best moments, and only the slightest bit schlocky at its worst...A cast of four performs clever takes on pop hits, oldies and show tunes that have been reworked to represent the political frenzy...Many of the jokes initially cause soreness in their necessity and verity, but they quickly take on a poignant tone amidst the mockumentary-style laughs. Holson’s writing is important and consummately unique." Full Review
"Every complaint you might have about the buffoonish wannabe autocrat and his administration gets belted to the rafters, often with wit and always with a familiar tune and principled razzle-dazzle. Such a show is by nature hit or miss...but if the current gag doesn’t hit you, the next one’s always incoming and quite likely on target...This is the first show I’ve ever adored that I hope has cause to close very soon." Full Review
"'Me the People' is a laugh-out-loud-funny satirical revue and I guarantee it will turn your Trump loathing howls of presidential pain that have you hiding under the covers into Trump loathing howls of cathartic laughter that will have you rolling in the aisles. Four supremely talented cast members and one hardworking pianist skewer everything...The show plans to run until Donald is impeached. And I'm tempted to say that I hope he isn't so the show can run forever." Full Review
"'Me the People' gives pause for thought and a great deal of humor. So let's lighten up and laugh at ourselves in this present political impeachable climate...The writers take the absurdity that is the Trump administration and put a laugh bomb under it...The cast...change costumes and characters faster than a Trump lie and, like Trump, do it with aplomb. They are talented and brilliant at shining a light via this political satire on our nation's most embarrassing presidential moments." Full Review
See it if you are being paid to go. And then possibly not as this may be the worse 90 minutes you ever spend in a theater. Horrible, unfunny writing.
Don't see it if you value actual comedy because you will not laugh. Or you may laugh at the absurdity of someone actually putting money behind this show.
See it if If you enjoy satire and can find pleasure in laughing at the state of the world today. The writing and cast are all Tops!!!
Don't see it if You don't enjoy this kind of show.
See it if you want to see parodies about Trump and his entourage by a talented group of performers.
Don't see it if you expect the show to be extremely well written and laugh out loud funny. It was cute.
Also I expected more from the show. Friends gave it a rave review.
See it if This parrotie tweets truthful humor about the current predictor in chef & his poorly casted advisors. Comedy is based on tragedy after all.
Don't see it if If you voted for Trump. If so get off of my island.
See it if a Saturday night-out w/the gang, including a 2-drink minimum, will fit the bill. THIS funny mess fits the bill. Surprisingly entertaining!
Don't see it if Tronald Dump & his crew fit YOUR bill. EVERYone's parodied, including the Clintons. These kids & the pianist work their asses off for 90min.
See it if you dispair about Trump's election and the ensuing farce and assault on USA Constitutional and democratic principles and need comic release
Don't see it if you continue to believe your vote for Trump or Sanders was wise even given subsequent events and cannot share laughter at them and yourself
See it if you like shows that deal with politics and are very timely and involve people impersonating famous people
Don't see it if you don't like shows that involve politics and/or are basically just a serious of skits.
See it if you are looking for very funny people look at the current political state from a comedy lane.
Don't see it if you want a serious show or can't take a joke. I think the show maybe went too far once but it very much makes fun of the world we live in.
See it if You like witty political satire. You're a fan of Randy Rainbow. You're wondering why you still haven't woken up from this nightmare
Don't see it if You voted for Trump and think everything is great!
See it if Although the show has good intentions & the concept in theory could be great - it's painfully unfunny & not in the least bit entertaining.
Don't see it if Poorly executed, very amateurish and cheap. It's one bad sketch after another, the jokes bomb. The poor actors are trapped in this mess.
See it if The only saving grace of this mess is the actors' talent which scramble to make anything out of unintelligible plot and lyrics.
Don't see it if you want to laugh. you want one scene to have anything to do with the next or previous. Or that any of them is any good.
See it if You enjoy SNL type sketches stretched a little longer then the average. Or just need a laugh with other Trump haters
Don't see it if High production value costumes or well rehearsed choreography. Also if you have Trump can do no wrong views you may want to steer clear
See it if like a fun night of political humor. The political satire is presented using the music of songs ranging from to 1950's to the present.
Don't see it if you are an unflinching supporter of Donald Trump.
See it if You and your friends need a night of a few drinks and a laugh. Annoyed with your country? So is this show, so let's laugh!
Don't see it if You want a plot or high production value.
Also It's just really fun and the cast is great!
See it if You want to see fresh new talent, a fun '"Good Mornin'" sequence and a very funny retrofitting of Celo Green's "Fuck you" sung by Hillary
Don't see it if You don't need to see five very talente d performers saddled with obvious lyrics and retelling of Trump's many faults
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