Personal Privilege and True Tales from Tap CIty

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

Birth. Death. Work. War. Licentious Behavior. Parental Pride. The Past. The Future. Jokes. And Monkeys. Angry, angry monkeys. After writing the songs for the Fringe hits "Thanks A Lot - My Gratitusical!" and "12 Bars," Richard Levinson brings another set of funny, not-so-funny and not-funny-at-all songs. Last year people said things like: "Wonderful! Best random fringe ticket I've ever bought." Pay-what-you-can

Reviews

Levinson is an engagingly diffident front-man, his singing and playing primarily serve the song rather than the audience, but in the intimate Broadwater Studio, that's fine, it's like he's playing for himself and we're just lucky enough to be there. To anybody interested in song-writing, or the human condition, I highly recommend this show. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

sweet - Guy Picot - Fringe Review UK - ...read full review


There is nothing like this offering at Fringe (so far as we know). Levinson's stories are an encyclopedia of life that never get tiring in the experience. An hour spent in the melodic quietude and occasional hoopla of extremely intimate, unfrivolous simplicity. Recommended

sweet - Tracey Paleo - Gia on the Move - ...read full review


Levinson is an engagingly diffident front-man, his singing and playing primarily serve the song rather than the audience, but in the intimate Broadwater Studio, that's fine, it's like he's playing for himself and we're just lucky enough to be there. To anybody interested in song-writing, or the human condition, I highly recommend this show. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

sweet - Guy Picot - Fringe Review UK - ...read full review


There is nothing like this offering at Fringe (so far as we know). Levinson's stories are an encyclopedia of life that never get tiring in the experience. An hour spent in the melodic quietude and occasional hoopla of extremely intimate, unfrivolous simplicity. Recommended

sweet - Tracey Paleo - Gia on the Move - ...read full review