Audience Mad Lib Reviews for “Show Down!”

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A.J.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

If you watch TV, you’ll probably know the plot. It turns out after the opening pretty moments, scheming hardly begins. However, it is immediately clear that this lovely production, which closes this weekend, is not going to follow the usual path. Throughout the show’s 13 minutes, THEY waiting in the wings are biding their time until they could exclaim HA! Certainly there is no bag who runshere, though there will be plenty of women for you at Thunderbird Theatre’s, “Show Down!”

 

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Camille L.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

For theater fans, summer is all about fabulous shows, and the warily presented “Show Down!” by Thunderbird Theatre does not disappoint! Some of the more expensive scenes rely on the audience’s wit (and sobriety). Run times rarely exceed 7 minutes, all the quicker to get small clogs ready to run again. Thunderbird shows have a reputation like mothers-in-law, and you can usually hear the champagne shouting “RUN!” to passersby.

 

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

For theater fans, summer is all about saucy shows, and the swiftly presented “Show Down!” by Thunderbird Theatre does not disappoint! Some of the more orange scenes rely on the audience’s wit (and sobriety). Run times rarely exceed 4 minutes, all the quicker to get apartments ready to rise again. Thunderbird shows have a reputation like women, and you can usually hear the femme shouting “HUH?!” to passersby.

 

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Sean M.’s Mad Lib Reivew of “Show Down!”

For theater fans, summer is all about feely shows, and the ultimately presented “Show Down!” by Thunderbird Theatre does not disappoint! Some of the more sexy scenes rely on the audience’s wit (and sobriety). Run times rarely exceed a million minutes, all the quicker to get breasts ready to lick again. Thunderbird shows have a reputation like oranges, and you can usually hear the custard shouting “OUCH!” to passersby.

 

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James E.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

The very best part of “Show Down!” is the universally talented and ambiguous cast. As the plot deliciously unfolds, you will be devoured by your seat. The action moves along at quite a clip, especially give the 47 languages each actor speaks throughout the play. During the second act, dwarves burst onto the scene, just when you thought your heart couldn’t handle any more goats. Don’t put off seeing this limerick, otherwise you’ll shriek Gracious Heavens! into your pillow.

 

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Dayton A.’s Mad Lib Reivew of “Show Down!”

Thunderbird Theatre is back at The Exit Theatre with what spinningly promises to be a non-hideous production with the raucous run of “Show Down!” What this means is there will be 314 ermines briefly impersonated. Further, a sackbut will exclaim SAPRISTI! as the protagonist aspires every prop and rigors on the stage. Don’t miss it!

 

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Karen O.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

The other day at The Exit Theatre, the sneaky second weekend of “Show Down!” went down. The theater was slightly filled with people who find adorable gags and (at least) 2 bird jokes so hilarious that they squeal WHAT! Thunderbird Theatre may have created and entirely new breed of chair with this production. But there’s no reason to concern ourselves with that just yet, at least not until the first one takes their bunnies.

 

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

If you watch TV, you’ll probably know the plot. It turns out after the opening purple moments, quickly, scheming begins. However, it is immediately clear that this red production, which opened last weekend, is not going to follow the usual path. Throughout the show’s 11 minutes, the boats waiting in the wings are biding their time until they could exclaim YIPPEE! Certainly there is no Tim Conway who is here, though there will be plenty of puppies for you at Thunderbird Theatre’s, “Show Down!”

 

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