The Spaceman Chronicles

presented by Sanguine Theatre


The Spaceman Chronicles

Citizen Craig Web attempts the impossible: space travel without all that fire. A comedy concerning the outer limits of human achievement.

Showtimes

Thu., Jul. 31 @ 5:30 p.m.
Fri., Aug. 1 @ 7:00 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 9 @ 2:30 p.m.
Sun., Aug. 10 @ 5:30 p.m.

Show details

Venue: Theatre de la Jeune Lune

Duration: 60 minutes

Genres: Comedy

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What fun!
by Sherry Larson Follow this reviewer
Rating 4 kitties
I remember when I wanted to be the first woman astronaut, but I have motion sickness, so it never happened. This was a cute play about dreams and ambition. Great use of shadow puppet. Pure entertainment.

He Dies At The End
by Ben Thietje Follow this reviewer
Rating 2 kitties
You can tell these people are funny, and you can tell these people are talented...but were they improvising the majority of this show? If not, they should tell people they were.

Didn't make orbit.
by re gurgitate Follow this reviewer
Rating 2 kitties
I expected a lot more out of this group of talent, but in the end was disappointed. Much of the performance seemed to be acted with a wink and a nod, as if sharing our agreement that the script contained little of story or interest.

Needs some ignition
by Peter Erickson Follow this reviewer
Rating 2 kitties
Mostly convincing performers. A cute story. Funny shadow puppets. But oh so slow. The dialog needed ignition--the show could have been done in 30 minutes instead of 50.

0900 AM-ish
by Dave Romm Follow this reviewer
Rating 2 kitties
Some good laughs and a dash of pathos in a story of a man's dream and how it affects his son's hope of being a spaceman. The shadow puppetry is good. A Shockwave Radio Theater Review.

Previously pleased viewer . . .
by Swizzy Wizzlecheeks Follow this reviewer
Rating 4 kitties
I saw a version of this show in the fall of 2007. I don't know how much overlap in cast/production there is now, but I really enjoyed it then. If you know your Greek myths, this story might seem a little familiar. It didn't strike me until the very end, as I watched the haunting, perfectly executed conclusion.

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