Fringe review: Bromance

By Wendy Carson

“Bromance,” by Farewell Tour Productions at Theatre on the Square Stage Two, is the story of how Kurt Fitzpatrick and Tommy (Reverend) Nugent came together to make this show. Apparently their main goal is to sell-out and/or win an award at the Orlando Fringe Festival. While Nugent is wanting to quit acting and considering a career change in Truck Driving School.

Self-depreciation, crappy Photoshop, video parodies, A literary dissection of the book “Eat, Pray, Love” are merely the tip of the iceberg. Plus, since Kurt has a microscopic scene in “Law & Order: SVU”, expect to see those 2 seconds replayed, ad infinitum.

While all of the above might sound like the show is skip-able, it’s absolutely hilarious. The laughs are nonstop and their chemistry is sheer perfection. For a solid hour of laughs and silliness, check out these guys and revel in their infamy.

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