Quarter Life Crisis delivered far more than what I was expecting.
Within the first few minutes of opening, the audience was already laughing and from there the laughs didn't stop. Every line, every joke was delivered perfectly, there wasn't one part, that wasn't well received by the audience.
While the story line was hilariously relatable to today's twenty-somethings, - I mean it is based on real-life experiences - it was still very original and not predictable, as I thought it may be; being a quarter a life crisis survivor myself, even I didn't see any of that coming.
The acting was fantastic. Courtney Ammenhauser who plays Steph, at times has to play other characters to help us see the big picture - this is done flawlessly; from her change of tone and mannerisms we are able to gauge these other characters with ease and this really adds to the story line.
This one woman show is actually part of The General Public Theatre Company, the masterminds who also brought us Europe Won't Fix You. So while there may only be one woman up on stage, it's a fully fledged production, with lighting control and music all flowing seamlessly into the story.
The show is at The German Club, so head in early and grab a drink at the bar or you could do the whole dinner and a show thing.
This is probably one for the girls, so grab your #squad or go stag either way, it's great show. With that being said it is 2017, so I'm sure there are plenty of gents who would be able to laugh along.
You can buy your tickets ahead of time from the Fringe Website here or you can buy tickets at the door.