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November 18, 2011


Ann Baker

Yes I wanted to see this and I am sorely sorry I missed it. Tonight's the last night and I have to be a grandmother and babysit. Ugh! torn between two things I love.

Paul Tamburello aka pt at large

I realized this was the last week and went on Thursday, the only performance I could watch in an unusually busy week! You woulda howled with the zealous vamping, scurrilous dialogue, and improbable plots.

Rebecca Wilson

Nice review, Paulie.

Paul Tamburello aka pt at large

Thank you. You would have either been horrified or entertained by this one!

Susan Sullivan

sounds like my kind of absurdity, Paul...wish it was running longer...

Paul Tamburello aka pt at large

Absurdity...that's a good way to phrase it...this play leaped and bounded with it. Every time i thought I had the jist of it figured out, some crazy new wrinkle appeared.

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