EMAV Review: “Bigfoot” Treads Majestic-ally into Infectious Absurdity ★★★★★

Updated: Mar 8, 2019

★★★★★ - Irresistible

If you enjoy an occasional unapologetic, boisterous paean to shamelessly crass humor, well please plunk your silly ass down right next to mine.

Majestic Repertory Theatre is currently pummeling giddy audiences with an explosively energetic mounting of “Bigfoot” (yes, THAT Bigfoot), a “Brand New Musical Comedy” by Amber Ruffin and Keving Sciretta, with music by David Schmoll. The thought of a tuner being crafted around such an absurd premise has already lowered our expectations to anticipate a pretty dizzy riff on the legendary menacing monster.

Nothing could have prepared me for just how brazenly goofy director Troy Heard and his prodigiously gifted cast and crew could be in an effort to breathe comedic life into every single line, no matter how groaningly lame; and each musical phrase, no matter how pleasantly forgettable. The success of the