Audience Mad Lib Reviews for “Show Down!”

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Adam M.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

Should I feel fluffy for quickly loving Show Down!? This tiny show is as entertaining as something that lasts 19 hours ought to be. No cats were seriously wounded. In fact, most were heard to cheer WADA! while exiting The Exit Theatre. This show is partly a bird and partly an eating performance by ardvarks. Make sure to get your tickets now!

 

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Jennifer M.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

You can only marvel at the exquisite production before you. Such is the sluggish magic wrought by the seductive opening 47 minutes of “Show Down” now playing at the Exit Theatre. The ways in which rakes translate to the stage will make you shout WHAT IN TARNATION?! Suddenly, you’re 4 years old again, and you’ve been taken to the toilet for the first time. This comedy certainly wags the genre. Your claws will be filled with astonishment after you take them to this Thunderbird Theatre production.

 

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Wyatt D.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

You can only marvel at the poopy production before you. Such is the poopy magic wrought by the poopy opening 43 minutes of “Show Down” which closes this weekend. The ways in which birds translate to the stage will make you shout DON’T HAVE A COW! Suddenly, you’re 4 years old again, and you’ve been taken to the poop for the first time. This comedy certainly poops the genre. Your poops will be filled with astonishment after you take them to this Thunderbird Theatre production.

 

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Noel G.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

If you watch TV, you’ll probably know the plot. It turns out after the opening fat moments, quickly scheming begins. However, it is immediately clear that this smelly production, which opened last weekend, is not going to follow the usual path. Throughout the show’s 6 minutes, the cats waiting in the wings are biding their time until they could exclaim OW! Certainly there is no London who falls here, though there will be plenty of garbage cans for you at Thunderbird Theatre’s, “Show Down!”

 

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Tamar S.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

You can only marvel at the plump production before you. Such is the smooth magic wrought by the slimy opening pi minutes of “Show Down” which opened last weekend. The ways in which smurfs translate to the stage will make you shout BY GOLLY! Suddenly, you’re 4 years old again, and you’ve been taken to the public transportation for the first time. This comedy certainly sniffs the genre. Your marbles will be filled with astonishment after you take them to this Thunderbird Theatre production.

 

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R.S. M.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

Part of the whore-ish appeal of “Show Down!” is the mean creation of nefarious characters. “Treating our audience to 6.02×10^23 processions of ne’er-do-wells is one of our proudest achievements,” said the Republican of Thunderbird Theatre Company. “HUZZAH!” he continued while he eased the eyesores at the Exit Theatre.

Bonus “proverb”: May the fleas of 1,000 camels infest your armpits.

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Rhiannon C.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

The very best part of “Show Down!” is the universally talented and handsome cast. As the plot quietly unfolds, you will be dancing by your seat. The action moves along at quite a clip, especially give the 17.8 languages each actor speaks throughout the play. During the second act, aardvarks bursts onto the scene, just when you thought your heart couldn’t handle any more tables. Don’t put off seeing this pumpkin, otherwise your shriek FL*RGING AARDVARKS! into your pillow.

 

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Erin M.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

The other day at The Exit Theatre, the pejorative second weekend of “Show Down!” went down. The theater was quite filled with people who find gooey gags and (at least) 71 nematodes jokes so hilarious that they squeal FECKERS! Thunderbird Theatre may have created and entirely new breed of Quiddich with this production. But there’s no reason to concern ourselves with that just yet, at least not until the first one throat punches the Parisians.

 

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Sara B.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

If you watch TV, you’ll probably know the plot. It turns out after the opening fluffy moments, quickly, scheming begins. However, it is immediately clear that this red production, which closes this weekend, is not going to follow the usual path. Throughout the show’s 42 minutes, the trees waiting in the wings are biding their time until they could exclaim Holy Helicopters, Batman! Certainly there is no Pope who runs here, though there will be plenty of Municorns* for you at Thunderbird Theatre’s, “Show Down!”

 *Male Unicorns

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