You will find no such thing as genuine human interaction, nor development of character nor a discernible plot herein. Not a shred of continuity, nor sense of motivation for any of the staged meanderings here. As your mind wanders, you may find yourself wondering, not about these so-called characters, but how such an unmitigated mess as this coud be presented without warning to an unsuspecting audience. BEWARE!
What the Sparrow Said on Friday, Aug 26th, 2011
RE:the bare bones of a psychodrama
This show might begin in the dark, but you wont be in the dark TOO long before eventually the sparks begin to fly. And what sparks they are! While the 2 characters are perhaps a bit brittle, and the writing a bit flacid in spots, hold on for the whole bumpy ride. Will they or wont they? Go and find out.
Over and Over on Wednesday, Aug 18th, 2010
RE:Pass me the s'mores
This show has everything going for it: a dream cast, snappy writing, playfully set and staged, tuneful score. You cant help wanting to go back to THIS summer camp!
Bunked!: A New Musical on Monday, Aug 23rd, 2010
Soars like a kite!
One talented actor creates characters you will be happy to spend time with, and be sorry to see go, as they share their vacation trip with you.
Miss Magnolia Beaumont Goes to Provincetown on Monday, Aug 23rd, 2010
RE:Tales of the Temple
The always-engaging Mr. Fales expands upon his story of self-discovery, begun in "Confessions of a Mormon Boy". Go, if only to hear more about those exotic Mormon missions: you know you are curious!
Missionary Position on Monday, Aug 23rd, 2010
A charming mash up of stand-up and the tale of a small hole-in-the-wall production of Streetcar: this can transport to Laughsville.
South Pathetic on Monday, Aug 23rd, 2010
A crafty, well-crafted ride. Be transported by 2 mesmerizing performances back to 1914, where we meet 2 men who are never what they seem to be. See an ever-changing, cat-and-mouse dance between illusion and illumination. Dont miss it!
The Twentieth-Century Way on Monday, Aug 23rd, 2010
RE:Slimfast shake, anyone?
Camp tale of female bonding and workplace relationships gone askew.
The Secretaries on Monday, Aug 30th, 2010
RE:An aim and a miss
This slice of gay history has an intriguing tale to tell, and despite fine performances from a large, admirable cast, the scattershot writing and ineffective attempts at creative narration undermine what should have been a more powerful piece of theater.
Veritas on Monday, Aug 30th, 2010