Playwright Jose Zaraté and director Rhiannon Cooper debut a masterful production, Homeboy Thanksgiving, at this year’s Fringe Festival.
Waiting for Armageddon
For forty years Ron Litman and Tom Pile have performed together and it shows with their comfortable onstage banter. Pile accompanies Litman and sings backup or stands behind the piano, his reactions and laughs played straight out to the audience. You’d only notice this if you can manage to pry your focus from Litman’s magnetic […]
I Füçkèð Your Country
I had trouble asking for my tickets for I Füçkèð Your Country. Not just me. I overheard others: “”that show about Europe” or “I F-ed.” I was starting to get sweaty. But our friendly Fringe Festival volunteer had no trouble saying it out loud! Phew! So then I relaxed and proudly held the program title-side […]
Boy Meets Girl and Other Dilemmas
Wacky interactions between two people! A zany, wacky, female and a straight-man! With a quote from Groucho Marx in their show copy, Boy Meets Girl and Other Dilemmas sets the bar high for a sketch comedy show. I’m afraid that bar was at the top of the stairs up to the Bedroom and the XY […]
The Inaugural Election for President of Mrs. Jacobson’s Sixth Grade Class
Out from the mouths of babes comes this heartwarming parody of the American political process. The Inaugural Election for President of Mrs. Jacobson’s Sixth Grade Class opens under somber blue lights, a funeral for the class hamster. The solemn affair is closed with a 21 spitball salute beginning a show that’s a hoot and half.