Aggregated reviews for Alice Fraser Trilogy

A comedy podcast about things that are actually sad. Alice Fraser brings you a series of three solo stand-up shows, that explore the boundary between comedy and tragedy. You’ll meet her family, her foes and the extremely strange community she grew up in. Each show is in two acts, it will make more sense if you choose Act 1 first.

Very very very good (5/5)

Brilliant. Touching. Hilarious. Favorite comedy I’ve heard in a LONG time

Mostly funny (5/5)

But also sad. Both of which is on purpose. Alice is wonderful

So gorgeous (5/5)

What a wonderful, transporting, and challenging podcast. Thank you 💜

She is amazing! (5/5)

Glad that I came across her trilogy. It was recommended by TheBrowser. She is funny, sad and very human. Highly recommend.

Comedy? Tragedy? Yes. (5/5)

If you're interested in exploring the line between comedy and tragedy, Alice's Trilogy is for you. I was alternately crying with laughter, deep in thought, a sitting with mouth agape at the atrocities some people have endured. I adore Alice, and this is a monumental work. She also sings a little bit!

One of the most amazing & endearing things you will hear! (5/5)

Or rather 1/6 of the most amazing / endearing things... Alice has been a familiar voice to me over the years listening to The Bugle or randomly seeing funny comedy clips or TedX appearances (It makes SO MUCH MORE SENSE why that starts the way it does... you are a champ, Alice) and having recently subscribed to Tea with Alice and being still six months or so behind, I've now become aware of the Trilogy. I wasn't sure what to expect, and I'm not sure now how to fully describe it but just Alice sharing her gifts of humanity, humility, wit, and intelligence through the medium of a microphone in a room, with a listening audience. Storytelling is the core of all art. This sometimes meandering, but always engaging journey with Alice had me completely rivited from the first minute. I have a feeling I'll re-listen to this multiple times.

Hilarious and touching! (5/5)

Very genuine and personal as well funny

Amazing (5/5)

Funny. Sad. Powerful. I loved it! Thank you.

Fantastic! (5/5)

Touching, challenging and funny!

Both funny and hard hitting (5/5)

Alice is the right mix of hilarity and intelligence. I haven’t found stand up I enjoy this much in ages.

Ugh. So good (5/5)

When people say that thing “you made me question everything in my life”... well you won’t exactly do that listening to this performance. You will question everything in your life and you will find yourself staring at your reflection that is latched to all the things you’ve done (and not done) and desire to figure out who and what that is, scrunch it into a ball, and feed it to your neighbors dog that loves paper. Great show. My initial thought was that I wished Alice was a second voice in my head guiding me through my terrible relationships, but that sounds a bit too possessive and creepy.. any way listen to this show if you want to dip your toes into an alternate universe where ego doesn’t drive every unconscious act that exists in a single moment. Here’s my gross gut review.

A sucker punch of the best kind (5/5)

Funny, real, brave and honest

Wow (5/5)

Just wow.

Looking forward to the final act! (5/5)

Having truly enjoyed your every appearance on “The Bugle” podcast, I was eager to hear this, despite the “warnings.” Thank you for sharing these stories! I laughed when it was comedy and I thought deeply about those parts that weren’t as funny, but that touched the heart. Well done!!

Humanity, Funny and Sad (5/5)

Alice Fraser is a phenomenal modern comedian: willing to challenge, dissect and rename the silliness of feminine conformities. But she shines in the music, the showmanship and willingness to face grief. If you’ve ever lost someone dear to you, this will help you cope. It’s a blessing to have this trilogy available.

Fantastic (5/5)

Ms. Fraser has created an incredible show. Humor and heart mixed in a thoughtful manner. Unfortunately and understandably a limited series and I look forward for the rest of the series to be released. The sound quality enhanced the experience. The podcast overall was so good it fully held my attention from beginning to end.

Wonderful (5/5)

A great mix of touching and hilarious.