"This hilarious song cycle co-written by Peter Cavell and Megan Phillips pays homage, nay, celebrates the worst in all of us; through catchy tunes and deviously clever lyrics, the crappiest facets of humanity are dissected and put on display for all to enjoy."
"A brilliantly performed, well-written and fantastic romp. It starts with a Riverdance parody which
will leave you screaming with laughter… and then it gets better! The four women [...] are clearly
multi-talented and dangerously funny."
"Four comedically strong women, each of whom take turns to shine is their various pieces. The
sketch ideas are well thought-out and witty [...] truly brilliant [...] The performers are strong […]"
- Bloody Underrated
For Nutmeg Creations’ Breaking Velocity
“Phillips is [...] charismatic and charming [...] An engaging performer!”
- PLANK Magazine
“[Phillips] has a beautiful voice and personable acting style.”
- Mooney on Theatre
For Peter Cavell’s The Devil Loves To Haggle
"One of the most unique and wonderful offerings at the Fringe."
For Peter Cavell’s Walking the Labyrinth
“Impressive […] Strongly recommended to Fringe fans who like to walk on the dark side."
- London Free Press
For The Second City’s We Can Be Heroes
“Let’s cheer all the good stuff first, which starts with Kerry Griffin’s direction of the piece. […]
You’re going to love Allison Price, too, an iced venti americano of a performer whose long, cool
appearance conceals the kick underneath. […] Connor Thompson is a welcome newcomer to
the mainstage, another chameleon who can play the fuzzy young Tom Hanks card at will, but
can also break into amazingly surreal characters.”
- Richard Ouzounian, The Star
For Connor Thompson
“Confident, solid and great at blustery windbags, Thompson's an invaluable addition to the cast
- and a fearless improviser to boot.”
- Glenn Sumi, NOW Toronto
For Allison Price
“Allison Price [is a] powerhouse when it comes to physical comedy.”
- The Torontoist
For Ashley Comeau
"Ashley Comeau’s character work is always polished to a mirrored sheen.”