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A Microwaved Burrito Filled With E. coli (FringeNYC)

From 11 member  reviews
Members say: Funny, Hilarious, Raunchy, Quirky, Entertaining

About the show

Part of FringeNYC: Molly “Equality” Dykeman is back at FringeNYC and this time she's trapped in a Mexican restaurant with a waitress who won't shut up. Molly just wants nachos but what she gets has more layers than a bean dip. More…

Categories: Comedy, Local. From In association with Emerging Artists Theatre. Written by Andrea Alton & Allen Warnock. Directed by Mark Finley.

Member Reviews (11)


Funny, Hilarious, Raunchy, Quirky, Entertaining
Avg Score

Funny, Hilarious, Quirky, Raunchy, Great writing

See it if You like heartfelt, yet raunchy humor, great characters, laugh-out-loud moments.

Don't see it if You don't care for queer characters. Don't like when people swear onstage.

Funny, Quirky, Original, Raunchy, Hilarious

See it if You want to laugh till you split something

Don't see it if You are looking for something "safe"

Hilarious, Original, Entertaining, Funny, Raunchy

See it if You like funny, quirky shows with heart.

Don't see it if You don't like quirky comedies or bad language.

Entertaining, Quirky, Raunchy, Hilarious, Great acting

See it if you like Mexican food and characters on a bumpy journey

Don't see it if you are not comfortable with strong language and LGBTQ humor

Funny, Farce, Corny

See it if you like a corny, farce.

Don't see it if if you didn't like the old TV show called the Beverly Hillbillies.

Clever, Delightful, Entertaining, Funny, Great acting

See it if You LOVE quirky comedy. These two performers have clearly worked together for years. They are pitch perfect. Why are these 2 not famous?

Don't see it if you don't like to laugh hysterically.

Entertaining, Hilarious, Refreshing, Raunchy, Riveting

See it if You want to laugh and just have a fun time!

Don't see it if You don't care for off color humor.

Quirky, Raunchy, Original, Hilarious, Clever

See it if You like far-out comedy and silly characters

Don't see it if You don't like adult language.

Clever, Funny, Raunchy, Relevant, Entertaining

See it if You're irreverent, a New Yorker or a New Yorker-wannabe, and looking what the Fringe does best - great fun on a shoestring budget

Don't see it if You have no idea why you'd be interested in the Q of LGBTQ, or you get offended by swear words

Clever, Funny, Hilarious, Quirky, Refreshing

See it if you enjoy fast-paced, semi-surreal, extremely funny plays that leave you wanting more. Funny, touching, and bawdy, sometimes all 3 at once.

Don't see it if you are offended by course language, or if you don't find stoned lesbians funny.

Funny, Great writing, Quirky, Original, Heartfelt

See it if You enjoy over-the-top improvisational sketch comedy.

Don't see it if you are easily offended.

August 17th, 2016
"It is easy to imagine these characters being very funny with better material...Lame jokes somewhat obscure the fact that Alton and Warnock are actually very talented comedians. Their commitment to character and comic timing is unquestionable. But that is not enough to sustain an hour-long show: ...
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August 21st, 2016
"Despite the heaping portions of lesbian jokes and drag ferocity, it does cross into deeper territory...Although both characters identify as women, neither plays the all-too-common submissive and smiling straight-white-cisgender ingenue. But if neither fits the old-fashioned theatrical female mol...
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August 24th, 2016
"Blasts through its subject matter without any preciousness...The two are both magnetic, comically gifted performers...'Burrito' isn't neat and tidy, and it's undoubtedly an acquired taste. It hits the same beats relentlessly, and by the end of the hour starts to feel a bit depleted. But here tha...
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August 20th, 2016
"Andrea Alton and Allen Warnock have created an engaging story for Molly and her new friend Angie. Their characters are richly layered and carefully developed. Each has interesting conflicts that drive interesting plots that engage their audience to reflect upon the comedic elements in the viciss...
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