Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Fluffy Bunnies in a Field of Daisies

SHOW TITLE: Fluffy Bunnies in a Field of Daisies
RUNNING TIME: 2 h 15 min
VENUE: The SOHO Playhouse
GENRE: Comedy

RATING (0-4): 4


0 Run, don’t walk, away from this disaster
1 Proceed with caution
2 Mild summer fare
3 More than just hype
4 Don’t miss this one, it’s FRINGE-tastic!


FLUFFY BUNNIES followed a group of four friends and there struggle to findlove, or someone to sleep with. The play was so lively and natural.At times I forgot that I was watching a play that had a script becausethe actions seemed so casual and spontaneous. I believe part of thiscame from the fact that it seemed that parts of the show were sketchcomedy. The script appeared to be always open for a spur of the momentchange. The actors were unfazed by blunders and worked each mishap ormistake into the dialogue. To me this play is reminiscent of "I LoveYou, You Are Perfect, Now Change," only the non-musical variety. "I loveYou, You Are Perfect, Now Change," shows the lives of already marriedcouples, FLUFFY BUNNIES showed what happened before you settle down.It gave an accurate depiction of what people go through while searchingfor someone to be with. This is the type of show that young adults andtheir parents can both enjoy together equally. I recommend this showfor anyone who has ever been in a relationship, or at lease thoughtthey were.


After the Fringe I see this show being picked up by the OB or Broadwaycircuits. The production is one that can be enjoyed by many differentgenerations, which is beneficial and highly profitable when marketing a show.


Anonymous Randy Troy said...

What a funny title! I agree this show was great, I think even my dad would like it. I hope it goes somewhere after the fringe so I can go see it again!!

1:56 PM  
Anonymous Nancey said...

I'm not sure if I agree. It was very funny yes, but the improve got a mit mundane. I like it betterwhen there is more structure, but thats just me.

1:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree it was great! when the show was over I wished that it would have kept going!

2:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was a little long, but I had a really good time.

10:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Absolutely loved it.

7:41 AM  
Anonymous Victoria said...

Very appealing cast, particularly Sangini Majmudar, a former Miss India. (Stick around for her dance number in Act 2). This group has impeccable timing and have obviously worked together in the past. The writing is first rate and I laughed out loud a lot. It could have a nice Off-Broadway run in the right hands.

8:42 AM  
Anonymous cathy said...

I couldn't agree more. I would look forward to seeing this again.

9:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nancy... I can say I've seen it enough times to know there isn't a second of improv in it... It's structured to the syllable. That's how good it is...

11:33 AM  

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