David Currie: “I have no idea why she decided to market this the way she did. It’s not really a Star Trek show. It’s not stand-up. But you know what? She can do whatever the hell she wants because her show is amazing and I admire her for it.”
Brian Carroll: “There’s truth in advertising. It’s an action packed, cops and robbers adventure that had the audience roaring with laughter.”
Brian Carroll: “Pomerant has played class clown to a limited audience until now. But stand-up comedy is the big league. He needs better material, something more for the audience to sink its teeth into.”
Mer Weinhold: “Since opening night very nearly sold out, interested festival-goers would be wise to see Bat Brains sooner rather than later.”
A sense of humour is an essential part of being a parent.
Jared Davidson: “A quick-witted, absurd and cerebral comedy about the end of the world and the greed that caused it. Or, if not greed, caffeine addiction.”
Samara Caplan & Laura Gauthier: “Even if you’ve never been to camp, go to this one!”
Colin Noden: “Everyone left with a smile on their face.”
Mer Weinhold: “This is a twisted, funny, unpredictable play.”
Courtney Merchand: “It’s the all-female Ghost Busters spoof you didn’t realize you needed in your life, but trust me, you need this in your life.”
Jared Davidson: “Elie’s jokes swerve between the cartoonish and painfully true.”
Amanda Dookie: “An off-the-cuff performance that gives the audience a little bit of everything.”
Livia Belcea: “The show is made on the fly and was at times obscure and slightly disjointed. But still funny as hell.”
To help you make your choices, Apt613 has assembled an experienced team of volunteer reviewers:
Award winning Comedian DeAnne Smith brings their metaphorical (and literal) “mic drop of a show” to Ottawa on March 3rd at Arts Court Theatre.