Misamerica, a Comical Parody on Corporate Greed
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The last date listed for Misamerica was Saturday March 28, 2009 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Raven Theatre East Stage
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- $22.00 - $36.00
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Featured review from Scott C.Red Velvet
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I went with a group of about 20 people. 19 out of those 20 people liked and would recommend this show. I am the 1 of 20 who didn't. And since this is my review, I only give it 2 out of 4 Goldstars. Why? Because, in my opinion, they "forgot the funny". It's one thing for a character to be naive (especially in a parody) but multiple characters being downright ignorant and overly stupid is not very entertaining to me.
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Even with the sound glitch during opening night, this is a great play. I thought the script was quick-witted and entertaining. The actors did a great job. The music and sound effects really contributed to the message and style of the play. I...continued
With huge profits in mind, American businessmen venture into the Middle East to sell sandals “so comfortable you’ll never want to take them off.”
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