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comedy · dylan wallace presents · Ages 18+ · United States of America

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June 04, 2018 certified reviewer

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This is a badass, raw, and rare show. If you have an appetite for absurd dark humor then this will satiate your desire.

I love the way this play looks from the audience’s perspective. Composition is balanced, like a Wes Anderson flick. The story felt like a cross between early Durang and Lynch; bold, suspenseful, allegorical, and sometimes flat out nutty.

This is a viscous, slow churning piece like blood butter. I really, really dig this show.

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