KONG: A GODDAMN 30-FOOT GORILLA: 100% – SWEET

Skypilot Theatre presents, L to R: Sara Kubida, Eric Curtis Johnson, Nathan Wellman, David Caprita, J.R. Esposito in “Kong: A Goddamn 30-Foot Gorilla” at the T.U. Studios. Credit: Robin Polk.

SWEET
Yet some of these odd scenes, including shipman Jack Driscoll’s (Eric Curtis Johnson) confessions to an AA meeting and the Skull Island native chief (Arden Haywood) shedding his headdress to instruct us about “race” movies from the 1930s, offer some deliciously amusing rewards.
Pauline Adamek – LA Weekly

SWEET
Written with hilarious imagination by Adam Hahn (from some warped corner of his mind) and directed with magically maniacal mayhem by Jaime Robledo, this is one whacky “laugh-a-minute” production!
Pat Taylor – Tolucan Times

SWEET
Whether in the jungle, high atop the Empire State Building or aboard a sea faring vessel, “Kong-A Goddamn Thirty-Foot Gorilla” is a fun, frolic of passion comedy adventure and audience participation.
Lorenzo Marchessi – NoHoArtsDistrict

SWEET
Now terrorizing audiences with uncontrollable laughter and audible guffaws, Adam Hahn’s “Kong: A Goddamn Thirty-Foot Gorilla,” utilizing miniature rubber soldiers, dinosaur sock puppets, and cardboard skyscrapers to tell its tale, is so delightfully bare-bones that it makes “Silence: The Musical” look like “Les Miz.”
Travis Michael Holder – Backstage

SWEET
Director Jaime Robledo deserves enormous (sorry) credit for turning an essentially high-concept comedy sketch into an often hilarious full-length high-camp romp.
Philip Brandes – LA Times

KONG: A GODDAMN 30-FOOT GORILLA
SkyPilot Theatre Company
At T.U. Studios
10943 Camarillo St., N. Hlywd.
Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 7 p.m.
EXTENDED THROUGH DECEMBER 9, 2012
Tickets: $20; (800) 838-3006
Running time: 1 hour, 20 minutes

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