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  Don't Hug Me: We're Family at Studio C Artists

Don't Hug Me: We're Family

Studio C Artists
6448 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles

The holidays have come and gone -- and there's no better time to laugh about ... family! They've covered love, marriage, pregnancy and Christmas, and now the authors of the popular Don't Hug Me musicals bring you Don't Hug Me, We're Family. Based on the award-winning, smash hit play Crappie Talk, this world-premiere musical comedy follows two Brooklyn Italians who are fish out of water in a small north woods Minnesota town -- and how they change the lives of the locals. It's Fargo meets My Cousin Vinny, without the blood or trial lawyers! Catch Don't Hug Me, We're Family at T.U. Studios in Los Angeles.

Thru - Mar 25, 2018

Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00pm
Sundays: 2:00pm



Price: $24

Show Type: Musical

www.studiocartists.com



  Don't Hug Me: We're Family Reviews
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The Tolucan Times - Highly Recommended

"...This is the sixth in Olson's zany series and all have been even funnier than the last one! Need a good hearty laugh? This is the one to catch!"
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Pat Taylor


Accessibly Live Off-Line - Recommended

"...I found DON'T HUG ME, WE'RE FAMILY to be a good laugh, a good time and in no way serious. If you are looking for a way to de-stress after a long Friday at work or are looking for a fun weekend nighttime activity, by all means attend a performance of this show. Despite a few mishaps, the point of this show is to bring joy and happiness to the audience, and on opening night, it did exactly that."
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Ilana Lifshitz


Haines His Way - Recommended

"...The jokes are rundown and groan-worthy at times but the cast truly gives their hearts and souls in delivering them that you can't help but laugh. They play off each other very well and seem to be having a lot of fun. Their Minnesota accents are so spot on, you expect Marge Gunderson and other inhabitants of Fargo to show up at any moment. Doug Engalla's crisp direction keeps the action moving smoothly and Chris Winfield's detailed scenic design makes even a non-drinker thirst for a cold beer."
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Rob Stevens


Los Angeles Post-Examiner - Recommended

"...While each song is well performed and totally enjoyable I will say that The Bodyguard has nothing to fear. But then again The Bodyguard lacks the immense dose of hometown warmth reaching out from the stage in Don't Hug Me, We're Family."
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Ron Irwin



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