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Christian Levatino’s, ‘King Dick’: Twisted and Hysterical

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey “Christmastime, 1970: The King just spent 100 G’s on gifts, and he’s on the run from Graceland. High on Demerol, high on liquid Ritalin, and with the help of his dead twin brother Jesse, Elvis concocts... Continue Reading →

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Christian Levatino’s Black Bag Pentalogy: Eavesdropping on a ‘Sunny Afternoon’

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey Christian Levatino’s Black Bag Pentalogy is a series of five dark comedies that “hold a magnifying glass to five very distinct moments in American history between 1954 and 1972.” The first three plays in the pentalogy... Continue Reading →

HFF18 Encores, ‘The Rental’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The rather casual opening gives no indication to The Rental's streamy storytelling and sophisticated tête-à-tête. Lead actress (and executive producer) Alexandra Astin really packs a wallop in this straight-up/sexed-down, provocative comedy by degrees. Keith (Jake... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘The Color Collective’, reviewed

by Bob Rich The Color Collective is a variety show full of high-energy sketch comedy. Similar to series like In Living Color and Mad TV, The Color Collective features humorous, light-hearted vignettes. A few ladies swoon enthusiastically over a rather bookish... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Feast’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Do yourself a favor and do not stop by this family's house for dinner. Grisly things await. The dark comedy drips from Feast, a re-mounting of Dylan Wallace's 2014 Fringe piece - a debauched dining room ditty... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Doctor Zomba’s Ghost Show Of Terror’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "Please turn off your cell phones (and pagers..yes...really) during the presentation. The ghosts will get pissed!" Billed as 'The strangest show on Earth', you'll love it, you'll hate it, you'll want to carve... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Movin’ On Up’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Jeremy Kehoe’s Movin’ On Up is an existential comedy about death. The fine performances of Jeffrey Wylie, Gary Rubenstein, and Tessie Barresi tell the story of two people who come upon 'The Watchman' in a graveyard and... Continue Reading →

HFF18 Sam Shaber: Life, Death & Duran Duran

by Bob Rich In her production Life, Death & Duran Duran, Ms. Sam Shaber takes us on a wistful, humorous journey, filled with stories and songs about her childhood dreams, her loved ones and her fond memories of the iconic... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Hercules Insane’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey The School of Night is back at Fringe with Hercules Insane, a new translation of Roman poet/Senator/playwright/philosopher Seneca’s tragedy, and they’ve again crafted a winner. The story revolves around Queen of the gods Juno’s (Dawn Alden) final... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘Amanda The Barbarian’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey Amanda the Barbarian the character, wants to fuck with your world. Amanda the Barbarian the play, wants to fuck with the way you watch theater. Scott Langer’s Fringe premiere at The Complex Hollywood attempts to blur the... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘The Study’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey I hope you’ve prepared for your lesson... in fear. The Study, created by Jared Tyrel Pixler and David Evan Stolworthy, the team behind The Video Games, is a new interactive theatre piece playing at the Flight Theatre... Continue Reading →

Do they care? ‘Pledge’ at The Complex Theatre

By Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move The suicide of a young fraternity boy creates a ripple effect that sends the remaining members into a tailspin, puncturing the social structure to which they’ve all blindly subscribed. Presented by Pop-Up Playhouse,... Continue Reading →

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