Gearhead and the Realbot: Wacky Comedy Spoofs '50s & '60s Sci-Fi
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The last date listed for Gearhead and the Realbot was Saturday March 8, 2014 / 10:00pm.
Currently at Dorie Theatre @ The Complex
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Starring Mark Harmon, Kirstie Alley and Courtney Thorne-Smith, the Carl Reiner-directed 1987 come … More
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I chose this show, yet my husband would probably give it an extra star, probably because he is less critical than I. This particular performance had many family members of the crew in the audience. Unfortunately, I sat directly behind one of their mothers. Everything was "hysterical" to her. Obviously, she was proud, and it's great to be supportive, but this is not high school.
The stage crew needs a bit of guidance, unless their actions were with intent. When a prop was advanced threw a curtain to the stage, the crew member's hand could be seen onstage. When portions of the staging were moved during scenes, there was the crew member again.
Likely when I laughed the hardest was when the villain of the show's mustache began to fall off. I'm sure it wasn't purposeful, but it was very funny, and the actor handled it with comedic response. There were some funny lines written, and it was a likeable cast of characters. I want to support live theater, so to those in the audience with bias with the just chill.
This show is recommended for those age 16 or older.
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