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Pete Rex

From 10 member  reviews
Members say: Funny, Clever, Quirky, Entertaining, Disappointing

About the show

Part comedy, part absurdism, part horror, this new work tells the story of Pete, a small town, Midwestern guy and a vicious, yet oddly smooth-talking Tyrannosaur named Nero. More…

'Pete Rex' is a wholly human story about depression and the choices a young man makes in a fruitless attempt to remain insulated from the fragility of life, and how those very choices ironically lead him, his loved ones, and the world directly into the jaws of mortal danger.


Member Reviews (10)

MEMBERS SAY:

Funny, Clever, Quirky, Entertaining, Disappointing

49
Confusing, Disappointing, Dizzying, Excruciating, Insipid

See it if Usually I wait for the second act if the show shows some promise of getting better. Sorry I didn’t leave at intermission this time.

Don't see it if Your looking to be entertained.


February 16th, 2018
"Ingeniously melds modern and prehistoric themes. This is an affecting, yet entertaining show that features creative staging and an excellent cast...Captivating and sometimes bizarre...an insightful story about survival and the fragility of humankind...The three actors master their roles as they ...
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February 16th, 2018
"Intentionally ridiculous, a mass of B science-fiction movie tropes...That the premise of 'Pete Rex' is purposely absurd doesn't prevent it from becoming tiresome...There's a fatal disconnect with the real world; even in a glorified comedy sketch like this...Thompson tries to drag in a bevy of se...
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February 15th, 2018
.“Unpolished yet intriguing…Be warned: before you get to the intriguing part, you will need to suspend your disbelief for a long time…After intermission, things start to make a kind of absurdist sense...The most creative element is Winheld's gloriously outlandish and absolutely committed performa...
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February 15th, 2018
“Stultifying on every narrative level…The twist ending can be seen for miles and definitely does nothing to redeem what has come before…Mr. Thompson peppers his tiresome and unsatisfying scenario with attempted Neil Simon-style stylings that flit by with little effect…The strident performances su...
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