Bushel and Peck

“Brilliant and absurd” – London Free Press. “Dazzling” – Montreal Times. Bushel and Peck will boisterously charm your naked heart.

10 thoughts on “Bushel and Peck

  1. I liked it. I thought they were simply clowns (but not wearing your typical clown outfits), goofing around with a few props. Not really linear or plot driven, but didn’t think it needed to be.

  2. Another show where you go “what the eff is going on”? Does that make it a “real” Fringe show? Can’t help but feel the well known performers are making fun of the audience by touting this absurd show about putting on a show.

    • I guess if you want to see Brigadoon, go see Brigadoon. It’s different, it’s challenging. It’s fringe. Don’t expect a fringe show to be mainstream seems.

  3. We went because of the very talented performers and couldn’t wait for it to end to put us all out of our misery. Worst show of the Fringe ever in 30 years of attending. That’s not a bad track record.

  4. I loved every damn minute of this show. Sometimes you just have to leave your expectations behind and go where the performers take you. It was weird, absurd, uncomfortably numb at times, but I wouldn’t have wanted it any other way. Hats off to everyone involved.

  5. Hard to believe this play got any stars at all. Back to the drawing board, please. I am sure the actors thought they were being edgy but nothing could be more inaccurate.

  6. This show was so overrated. There were many awkward moments where there were pauses and you knew laughter was expected….dead silence.

  7. It was like a drama project-had it’s moments but I kept looking at my watch to see when it would be over. Sorry a little overrated and should be at a smaller venue.

  8. Also didnt know what was happening. Just seemed like babies interupting each other. Maybe i missed something?

  9. couldn’t understand what this play was supposed to be about but very good performers

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