Audience Mad Lib Reviews for “Show Down!”

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

Should I feel silly for gently loving Show Down!? This blue show is as entertaining as something that lasts 5 hours ought to be. No trees were seriously wounded. In fact, most were heard to cheer HEY! while exiting The Exit Theatre. This show is partly a mom and partly a jumping performance by horses. Make sure to get your tickets now!

 

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Kim H.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

You can only marvel at the pretty production before you. Such is the swimming magic wrought by the green opening 17 minutes of “Show Down” which opened last weekend. The ways in which ducks translate to the stage will make you shout AUGH! Suddenly, you’re 4 years old again, and you’ve been taken to the house for the first time. This comedy certainly sprang the genre. Your cats will be filled with astonishment after you take them to this Thunderbird Theatre production.

 

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

If you watch TV, you’ll probably know the plot. It turns out after the opening tall moments, scheming fast begins. However, it is immediately clear that this short production, which opened last weekend, is not going to follow the usual path. Throughout the show’s 2 minutes, the cats waiting in the wings are biding their time until they could exclaim WOW! Certainly there is no hot dog who runs here, though there will be plenty of boys for you at Thunderbird Theatre’s, “Show Down!”

 

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Nancy F.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

Should I feel spiffy for slickly loving Show Down!? This starry show is as entertaining as something that lasts 17 1/2 hours ought to be. No nephews were seriously wounded. In fact, most were heard to cheer GAH! while exiting The Exit Theatre. This show is partly an arbitration and partly a shuddering performance by rabbits. Make sure to get your tickets now!

 

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

You can only marvel at the blue production before you. Such is the lovely magic wrought by the handsome opening 13 minutes of “Show Down” which opened last weekend. The ways in which robots translate to the stage will make you shout WHAT! Suddenly, you’re 4 years old again, and you’ve been taken to the Steve for the first time. This comedy certainly runs the genre. Your balloons will be filled with astonishment after you take them to this Thunderbird Theatre production.

 

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

If you watch TV, you’ll probably know the plot. It turns out after the opening hairy moments, scheming strongly begins. However, it is immediately clear that this sticky production, which opened last weekend, is not going to follow the usual path. Throughout the show’s 17 minutes, the couches waiting in the wings are biding their time until they could exclaim bam! Certainly there is no lawn chair who fences here, though there will be plenty of bunny rabbits for you at Thunderbird Theatre’s, “Show Down!”

 

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Dee-Dee’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

Show Down!” is the latest awesome comedy brought to the stage by the Thunderbird Theatre Company. I found my seat at the Exit Theatre to be comfortable fast as I prepared myself for an evening of incredible entertainment. By my count, the performance had 10 actors, lots of animals and 6 books!

Now that I have seen the show, I can yell “GODDAMMIT!” from the roof-tops, because everyone should see box-splitting actors in “Show Down!” Thanks Thunderbird!

 

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Julie A.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

Should I feel great for kindly loving Show Down!? This rachet show is as entertaining as something that lasts 67 hours ought to be. No plums were seriously wounded. In fact, most were heard to cheer ZOWIE! while exiting The Exit Theatre. This show is partly a lightbulb and partly a dance performance by unicorns. Make sure to get your tickets now!

 

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Jason P.’s Mad Lib Review of “Show Down!”

You can only marvel at the horny production before you. Such is the lucky magic wrought by the fast opening 44 minutes of “Show Down” which opened last weekend. The ways in which people translates to the stage will make you shout HARK! Suddenly, you’re 4 years old again, and you’ve been taken to the foot for the first time. This comedy certainly kicks the genre. Your xylophones will be filled with astonishment after you take them to this Thunderbird Theatre production.

 

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

If you watch TV, you’ll probably know the plot. It turns out after the opening pink moments, verily scheming begins. However, it is immediately clear that this zany production, which opened last weekend, is not going to follow the usual path. Throughout the show’s 6 minutes, the nouns* waiting in the wings are biding their time until they could exclaim oh snap! Certainly there is no truck who sobs here, though there will be plenty of clusters for you at Thunderbird Theatre’s, “Show Down!”

*Editor’s note: Well played, Flannery. Well played.

 

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