"With well-timed references and non-stop laughter, 'Walken On Sunshine' honors the classic comedies we know and love...As bright of a writer as Dave Droxler is, this play thrives on the incredible ensemble...Droxler is a brilliant physical comedian. His brand of funny is not something we see nowadays but he reminds us why we need it back...'Walken On Sunshine' is fun, fun, fun. And that's all you can ask for." Full Review
"The premise of 'Walken on Sunshine' is the material of a 10-minute sketch, which is why it’s admirable that Droxler’s script extends it into 90 hilarious minutes. From wacky Walken impressions courtesy of Droxler, to double casting so ingenious one wonders if a bigger budget would have allowed this to be, to a sense of 'let’s put on a show' joy so infectious one’s willing to look past its flaws, the show is a scrappy crowdpleaser offering you its enormous heart on its sleeve." Full Review
“The play is very self-aware, which serves the piece as the actors are able to laugh with the audience at some of the more absurd plot points. There are many inside jokes about film and theatre, but they are so funny it doesn’t really matter if everyone understands the context or not. The cast is across-the-board great, and with Stevens’ help, they embrace the silliness with gusto and verve...Altogether 'Walken on Sunshine' is a laugh-out-loud funny production.” Full Review
"The paper-thin premise is milked for all it's worth, embellished with twins, jokes, songs, impersonations, various trajectories, and references to an old 'SNL' sketch that featured Christopher Walken...This good-natured, high energy show is very fringe—fast, frenetic, and loose. It's just that in invoking Walken's peculiar menace and idiosyncrasy, you might expect a tad more sophistication." Full Review
"'Walken on Sunshine' is incredibly humorous with its self-aware tongue-in-cheek humor...While this musical is funny and entertaining, there is not much else that the audience is left with other than a good laugh...Although it may be a bit heavy-handed at certain moments, the particular wacky brand of humor complements the musical well and overall creates an enjoyable audience experience." Full Review
"An appealingly frenetic comedy...Droxler’s script is built on a sturdy if familiar dramatic structure, swiping ably from 'Bowfinger' and 'The Jerk'...Supplying their own sound effects and occasional flashlight spots, the manic cast is fully committed to the silliness, staying one step ahead of their verbal rush. Some tangents are inspired, such as a touching lament sung by a self-described asshole, while others are exhausting...But this play’s got just enough cowbell for 90 minutes.” Full Review
See it if you like absurd farce with lots of physical comedy. This is a show in development (as is most of Fringe) so know that going in and have fun
Don't see it if you don't like farce and over the top physical comedy that goes for the entire joke
See it if you like improv inspired comedy & great mimic's turn by playwright Dave Droxler inhabiting Walken & Paul Pakler's rib tickling antics
Don't see it if you can't get into the swing of the patently absurd or don't have a fascination with Christopher Walken
See it if you like HI-larious, quirky shows with a great script, strong direction, and an extremely talented cast! A true original. Non-stop laughs!
Don't see it if you need a show to have big, flashy production elements. This show is simply (but inventively) staged, and makes you use your imagination.
See it if Funny deconstructivist semi-musical. Pretty good + cast very strong. Some unfunny jokes repeated ad nauseam, but it gets stronger as it goes
Don't see it if you're expecting realism--this is absurdist farce.
See it if Like a compilation of comedians like Robin Williams & Jerry Lewis mixed with Walken jokes. If you like Creative scripts. Like to laugh.
Don't see it if Can't handle a very hot theater. Don't appreciate Fringe for gems like this. Don't laugh at life or just enjoy fun Off Broadway humor.
See it if You're in the market for a good laugh, incredible impersonations,and need a light relief from the serious drudgery on the work week.
Don't see it if You're expecting a traditional, naturalistic play -characters, puns, and silly voices galore.
See it if You love a good farce! Or watching actors playing several roles adroitly!
Don't see it if You like plays that offer insight or know what farces do and don't enjoy them. This is farce at its best!
See it if You're up for a fast-paced, broad, silly play that is pretty reliably funny all the way through.
Don't see it if you don't like physical comedy or are looking for something calm and thoughtful.
See it if You enjoy vaudeville style farcical shows that's are hilarious and keep you on your toes! Also if Christopher Walken is your spirit animal!
Don't see it if You don't like silly shows and hate the works of Christopher Walken and other iconic actors!
See it if You want to laugh, you want to cheer. Or simply need a diversion. There are only 5 performances. Maybe Walken will be at yours. (ooooh!).
Don't see it if You hate movies like "Airplane!" or TV shows like "30 Rock". Or if you hate The Muppets. I'm sorry for whatever made you this way.
See it if You have a sense of humor. It was laugh out loud funny. The writing an direction showed a superb sense of timing. Very upbeat.
Don't see it if You are an evil, humorless person. If you hate to laugh or be happy, then you should definitely not go.
See it if you are Christopher Walken or happen to like him immensely. Also see it if you like screwball comedy.
Don't see it if you hate Christopher Walken, impressions, humor, life or cowbells