"Act II Playhouse opens their 2016/17 season with the uproariously funny Electile Dysfunction. This comedy pokes fun at all sides of the political spectrum this election season. Audiences can expect an evening full of political parodying, musical hijinks and rib-tickling political impersonations. Electile Dysfunction at Act II Playhouse delivers the laughs and helps to lighten the current political season."
"Looking for laughs and a smart comic approach to politics? Electile Dysfunction is your ticket, and if I was you, I’d buy one soon. The show vacates the Act II premises on October 9."
"70 minutes of pure fun."
"The Act II ensemble has plenty of material to pull from for sure. And they make great use of it, accomplishing their goal of being “equal opportunity offenders.”
"Braithwaite’s impersonation of Donald Trump was the best I’ve seen."
"He’s known as a masterful impersonator, but I’ve never seen Braithwaite do so many disparate characters in such a short time frame — and so well. Why isn’t this man on Saturday Night Live?"
"If one wanted to choose a single example of Braithwaite at his best, this would be it."
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"Act II Playhouse is performing quite a community service, since the current election news ranges from ridiculous to terrifying. Laughter is certainly called for and three comedians and a pianist (Owen Robbins) have written and perform a revue to tremendous opening night response."