“What the Bellhop Saw” Reviews

Reviewers react to “What the Bellhop Saw”

What Professional Comedy Looks and Sounds Like: Front Row Reviewers

“This show is just for laughs as the program says. Be that as it may, it’s the sure-footed performances that make this production work – and worth your time. You will be impressed with the high level of skill shown by each of the actors.” “Chase Ramsey’s direction is logistically sound and choreographed, pantless in places and breathless everywhere. He has succeeded in bringing “madcap” back to comedy for a too-sophisticated 21st century. The production winds up sooner than you’re ready for it to be over. Before it is, keep in mind that Utah Rep’s run for this...

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Fun and Games with Utah Repertory Theater’s “What the Bellhop Saw”: Utah Theatre Bloggers Review

“I enjoyed watching these actors play with each other to create something fun and frivolous.” “Just a bit of silliness, really. That’s what the farcical play, ‘What the Bellhop Saw’ has to offer. …definitely a pleasant diversion for an evening out.” http://utahtheatrebloggers.com/15599/fun-and-games-with-utah-repertory-theaters-what-the-bellhop-saw  

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Silly Shenanigans Are “What the Bellhop Saw”: Backstage Utah Review

“Well done one and all, including the show’s director, Chase Ramsey. Directing a farce is akin to herding cats, and Mr. Ramsey managed to deliver a very smooth show.” “I liked this production. It delivered fast paced action with well delivered, equally fast paced dialogue. Doors opened. Doors slammed. Characters chased each other. Identities were confused. Dirty jokes and innuendo abounded. Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. All the fun stuff you expect from a...

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Frantic Comedy Pacing: Larissa Explains It All for You

“I cannot tell you how impressed I was with this troupe rarely missing a beat of the frantic comedy pacing.” “I appreciate a group wanting to do a show simply because it is fun…it’s refreshing. I don’t think enough people celebrate zaniness for the sake of zaniness. Sometimes we need a show that reminds us that acting is fun and life is silly, pure and simple. Not enough theaters in Utah attempt to embrace the fluff of comedies of the physical, mad-cap comedies of...

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