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Lolita: A Three Man Show (Review - Critic's Pick)

0 Comments · Monday, June 3, 2013
Four Humors’ Lolita achieves three remarkable things: It honors the source material; it let’s us know that the revered plot is downright horrifying; and it is side-splittingly hilarious from start to finish.   

Mater Facit (Review)

0 Comments · Monday, June 3, 2013
Broken into about 10 scenes that are strung together only with that theme, the piece bounces between hokey humor, tuneful songs, Stomp-like dance sequences and good old-fashioned stand-and-deliver monologues.   

Petunia and Chicken (Review - Critic's Pick)

1 Comment · Monday, June 3, 2013
Sick of cynicism? Sarcasm overload? Impatient with imps and people who cut in line? You need a love-laden dose of Petunia and Chicken!  

Loon (Review - Critic's Pick)

0 Comments · Monday, June 3, 2013
Last year’s charming Wonderheads production of Grim and Fischer was one of the “Pick of the Fringe” winners, and deservedly so. If anything, Loon is even better   

Pulling off Procreation (Review)

1 Comment · Friday, May 31, 2013
I suppose if you saw it, you might say that Pulling off Procreation is a Fringe-esque meditation on celebrity and fame in a 24/7 “news” culture. You might also say, as I did via my review notes, “OH MY GOD KILL ME NOW.”   

Vortex of the Great Unknown (Review)

0 Comments · Friday, May 31, 2013
The newest play from creative team Serenity Fisher and Robin O’Neal Kissel is a whirlwind of new vocabulary words (say zoetropic five times fast); new professions (flavor listener) and new problems (an entire galaxy is about to be devoured/obliterated by a scary instellar storm, aka the vortex).  

Violent as Birth Dramatic as Death (Review)

0 Comments · Friday, May 31, 2013
In this one-man show, Kevin Brown, a lanky young man with a punk-style shaved head and a long blonde forelock a la Rihanna, throws himself into what is billed as “the internal violence and drama that occur when one questions stereotyping, impatience, gender complexities, the nature of living sacrifice and the value of one’s artistry.”   

A Killing Game (Review)

0 Comments · Friday, May 31, 2013
 Judging from the enthusiasm generated by the actors, and by several audience members who were really getting into the spirit of audience integration, A Killing Game is gonna have a killer run at the Fringe.  

In Which I Set Myself on Fire (Review)

0 Comments · Friday, May 31, 2013
Hayley Powell’s In Which I Set Myself on Fire is a noble effort to give shape to a complex idea — the collective reality of shared experience, the mental synchronicity that happens among close friends.   

The Space Between My Head and My Body (Review)

0 Comments · Friday, May 31, 2013
O’Keefe’s script is poetic, thoughtful and evocative. The cleverly designed program (resembling the safety information brochure found in the seatback pocket when you travel by air) suggests “somewhere between departure and arrival, you can be anyone.” Or, perhaps, no one.  

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