Tags: Jason L

REVIEW – Awful/Big Adventure

Though it needs a little more time to grow up, the Suicide Ensemble’s loudest & proudest work promises an unforgettable experience for the curious explorer.

REVIEW: Boy With the Rainbow Umbrella

A heady combination of toxic masculinity, guilt, and politics, but a lack of focus and emotional cohesion strips this diatribe of its fangs.

REVIEW: The Gremlins

A wonderfully dark one-night stand of comedy and physical theatre – unlikely to inspire, but certain to show you a great night out.

REVIEW: The Sexy Detective’s Sexy Directive

REVIEW: The Sexy Detective’s Sexy Directive

Ever gone on an office camping trip with a recently demoted HR worker? Been fired from the family business? Met a prince with an absorbed twin? Or received a purple space heart for purple space bravery? No? Then you’re in luck – your chance to experience all this and more comes neatly packaged in this rapid-fire sketch comedy.

REVIEW: Die Dunkelkammer

REVIEW: Die Dunkelkammer

Mark Cauvin gives an impassioned and surprisingly physical performance as the sole player in this confluence of performance art – citing Isadora Duncan and Giovanni Aldini as inspiration, he alternates between several roles: the wild, joyous dancer, the scientist, wraithlike, absorbed in experimentation, and himself, the musician.

REVIEW: People Piss in Here

REVIEW: People Piss in Here

A modern nightmare – a panic attack in the bathroom, and worse yet – no toilet paper. But when your mental health is the cause of your problems, is divine intervention going to help or just make things worse?