'Namosaur! -- Dino-Sized Comedy Set During the Vietnam War
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The last date listed for 'Namosaur! was Sunday August 25, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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Featured review from Patrick C.
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Thoroughly enjoyable show. Rare to find a (mostly) original performance where 90%+ of the jokes were hits (and only a couple groaners!). Actors were really into it, which made it that much more enjoyable. Hopefully the cooler will be a better stocked once the show's in regular production (the three of us had to buy a smorgasbord of beers - 1 Miller Lite, 1 PBR, one 312 and 1 Miller Chill). Also, theatre was really hot by the end of the show. Show 5 stars, Venue 3.
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This show was, as another reviewer said about some of its jokes, "silly," to be sure, and that's not necessarily a bad thing, however it never really rose above that silliness to become significant in any way either. The show is full of over the...continued
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