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A Ladies Guide to Deceit and Debauchery

Reviewed By: Cindy Murdoch

July 28 2017

The show is billed as a two-women performance with Carisa Hendrix and Jamie Tognazzini playing the roles of Lucy and Lilly, two magical socialites. So it was surprising to see only Lucy.  However, Hendrix’s charm and Betty Boop routine do grow on the audience and put a smile on your face.  The magic tricks, consisting mostly sleight-of-hand feats, are good fun to watch.  The only blemish is that Hendrix is known for her fire routine and even appeared in a Super Channel documentary about it, but there was no fire in the show as the venue would not permit it.  In cases like this, the Fringe really should allow for a venue swap so the audience can see the full show as advertised; especially (as Hendrix pointed out) when this year’s slogan is “anything can happen, and we let it”, just not fire in venue five.  All in all, it's a good, enjoyable show that's worth seeing.   

Venue 5 - Son of Warehouse
Audience Classification: Parental Guidance
Warnings: Mild Language
Length: 60 Minutes
Tickets: $12, $8 Door Discount: matinees, students, seniors, Fringe performers