I'm halfway through my 10-show run at the Hollywood Fringe Festival, and reviews are starting to come in! My plan is to link to any reviews as they come in without comment - no matter what they say - so I can have a record, and so you can decide for yourself.
#HFF11 takes the same open invitation approach to reviews as it does to the entire festival. Internally, any audience member who goes to the show can register on the site (they tend to be registered anyway because that's how you buy your show tickets) and then post their thoughts after. Those audience reviews go up for all to see, untouched.
Other reviews that you happen to find by, say, obsessively hunting for them? You're free to put a URL to it on your Fringe site if you want.
I'm just gonna put whatever I find here.
This post will be updated as needed at random when I have the time, and if more come in.
Snippets from audience members who have reported in on the site so far (click for the whole):
- Noles is passionate and engaging, drawing everyone into her world whether they relate to being a geek or not. ! Death at 40 Feet Tall ! is an experience to remember.
- What’s more striking is the beautiful message of what it truly means to find your All-Spark and become a Prime that she manages to skillfully weave into her tale without drubbing her audience over the head with it.
- Pam delivers her stories with wit and insight that will have you chuckling if not laughing out loud.
- I haven’t had many words of praise for Michael Bay in the past, but Pam Noles’ engaging and enthusiastic storytelling has me appreciating him a little more.
Snippet from LA Theater Review (click for the whole):
- Theater has the power to translate and transform the anguish of the human soul. In ! Death 40-Feet Tall!, former Cop Reporter Pam Noles does just that.
I'm on deck again today, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Come see for yourself, pay what you can, and add your voice to the snippet links!
Tickets (pay what you can) here!
Big picture of the Fringe here!
After I ... um ... liberated this fantastic Bloody Mary below from the person it actually belonged to on Sunday afternoon, Itty Bitty Optimus Prime stepped in. Oh, the Guilt.