It’s a brisk and amusing show.
Kurt Gardner – Blog Critics
There were some spoken moments at the beginning that almost petered out the fun, and a few of the gags are a bit ‘put on’ but by the time “The End Approaches” the audience is right there with them in zany spirited revelry. This show begs for a larger space a some choreography. Excellent music arrangements by Michael Shaw Fisher and additionally Michael Teoli.
Tracey Paleo – LA Theatre Review
The proceedings are a great deal of fun and it’s quite likely that you will leave the theatre singing the refrain from a couple of the songs (namely, the title theme and “Webbot”).
Vincent Smetana – Cinesnatch
My favorite (and predicted winner) is Doomsday Cabaret.
Bob Leggett – LA Examiner
Michael Shaw Fisher’s mordant assessment of the End of Days, a smash at this year’s Hollywood Fringe Festival, is unique, uproarious, thought-provoking, and superbly performed.
David C. Nichols – Backstage
Writer Michael Shaw Fisher has created a hilarious rock symposium where the proponents of various theories concerning our impending doom get together in the San Bernardino Community Center on December 21, 2012.
Bill Kamyar – WeHo News
The humor is anarchic and scattershot, the performers are able, and the music (played by the four-man Doomsday Band) is often rousing. The mostly young audience seemed to find it hilarious.
Neal Weaver – LA Weekly
With a winning combination of music, bawdy humor and compassionate treatment of quirky subjects, this production is genuinely entertaining.
Tatum Regan – EdgeLosAngeles
While simple and unassuming in character, Doomsday Cabaret is charmingly seedy, fun, kitschy and infused with local Angeleno underground sensibilities.
Mia Bondadonna – LAist
DOOMSDAY CABARET: A ROCK MUSICAL OF APOCALYPTIC PROPORTIONS
Presented by Orgasmico Theatre Company
At the Blank Theatre
6500 Santa Monica Blvd., L.A.
Tickets: (415) 994-4760
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