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Musical Fools – Reviews

Stage Raw
RECOMMENDEDSTAGE RAW TOP 10…. COMEDY GOLD the perfect holiday musical for our times” — Stephen Fife, Stage Raw

Theatre Notes
FABULOUSLY FUNNYBREATHLESSLY ENERGETICVISUALLY SPLENDID… complex, detailed choreography delivered with hilarious precision… The musical numbers come fast and furious with an expert band… so hilarious that I giggled, guffawed, snorted, and howled basically through out the whole show.” — Paul Myrvold, Theatre Note

Stage Scene LA
WOW!… a delightfully tuneful, downright hilarious Open Fist Theatre Company musical comedy surprise… [an] irresistible musical treat.” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

Curtain Up
CHARMING… The characters are a mix of Seussical like figures and Wizard of Oz munchkins.,, each musical number outshin[es] the previous…you’ll find yourself humming upon leaving the theatre, the tell tale sign of a hit song. To escape a real world, fraught with worry and fear, come see ‘Musical Fools’ “ — Bonnie Priever, Curtain Up

On Stage Los Angeles
“FUNNY… An enthusiastic cast, accompanied by a truly delightful live orchestra… strong singing and really clever choreography… Applause for all of the Fools on the stage and those of us cavorting in the audience.” — Michael Sheehan, On Stage Los Angeles

People’s World
CHARMING… boisterously silly and good-hearted”  — Eric Gordon, People’s World

LA Splash
ENCHANTINGRIDICULOUSLY CLEVER… a charming, bouncy, and delightful story of ill-fated lovers who must rise above adversity. Lyrics are clever and humorous – with lots of opportunities for laughter throughout. The large ensemble cast does a terrific piece of work keeping the fantastic funny and fun as they sing their hearts out“ — Elaine Mura, LA Splash

Gia on the Move
ANOTHER ROLLICKING OPEN FIST TRIUMPH… gut-busting funny from curtain up to curtain down. The music is awesome too!… Do not miss… VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED” — Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move

Los Feliz Ledger
CHARMS… a delightful farce that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.” — Marilyn Tower Oliver, Los Feliz Ledger

Larchmont Chronicle
FOUR STARS… a whimsical two acts filled with lots of laughs, some very hummable music and the inevitable happy ending,… the cast is excellent,” — Patricia Foster Rye, Larchmont Chronicle

Broadway World
CLEVER, HILARIOUS… like a Monty Python version of Fiddler on the Roof performed by the original Not Ready for Prime Time Players. Off-the-wall hysterical choreography by Louisa Kendrick Burton greatly enhances the comedy… It’s very apparent from the joy displaced during every scene, especially the big production numbers, that the fun on stage is real and born from deep within the hearts of all involved in the show… I guarantee you will laugh uncontrollably throughout.” — Shari Barrett, Broadway World