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Feast

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

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TRACEY PALEO, GIA ON THE MOVE (OFFICIAL PRESS) certified reviewer June 20, 2018
tagged as: Dark Comedy · farce · monsters
The dark comedy drips from Feast, a re-mounting of Dylan Wallace‘s 2014 Fringe piece.... full review
MITCHELL BISSCHOP certified reviewer June 20, 2018
Gross and weird and funny! Very reminiscent of the play Oh Dad Poor Dad Mom's Hung You in the Closet and I'm So Sad. ... full review
CAILIN HARRISON certified reviewer June 19, 2018
Deliriously demented. I was alternately hilariously entertained, startled, horrified and disgusted over 70 minutes of manic energy and comedy. Dylan Wallace's plays are always a treat and Jocelyn Hall, as ever, is excellent - as is the rest of the cast. There are shows this Thursday and Saturday so get your tickets and hold on tight!... full review
DAVID LUCARELLI certified reviewer June 19, 2018
A dark, twisted horror comedy that only gets more so as it progresses, and revels in sticking the audience's nose right in its adorably sick heart. A drawing room comedy (or dining room) with hilariously heightened and stylized over the top acting, about a family that borrows a bit from Edward Gorey, and the Adams Family, although it ultimately makes the Adams Family look like the Brady Bunch. A play that knows exactly what it wants to be, and makes no apologies about going for it!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2018
tagged as: absurd · crass · Dark Comedy
I enjoyed this. It's over-the-top and a little wild. Silly, goofy and squirm-inducing. I cringed. I had to look away at times. And I completely enjoyed it. I laughed a lot while the people around me were screaming. Sue me.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 12, 2018
This was a well-written and entertaining show. I appreciated not knowing what was in store for me at the beginning. ... full review
ALON DINA certified reviewer June 03, 2018
tagged as: Horror · comedy
It took a second to get into, but once I picked a side, my mind became deeply curios about the characters and, without giving too much away: layers. There are layers written in these character's lives. This show is goofy and psychological, you will have a blast at it.... full review
STEVE CHANG certified reviewer June 04, 2018
This is a very original and entertaining show you should check out. I was surprised and delighted at every turn of the story. The staging and production is beautiful and the actors have a lot of energy and charisma. Bring your knives and forks and get ready to feast!... full review
CURTIS KRICK certified reviewer June 04, 2018
tagged as: Dark Comedy
Feast is a highly polished, archly theatrical, frightening and funny comedy from writer, producer, star Dylan Wallace. It's a bold critique of the stifling horrors of family and the indifference (or malevolence) of society. In the transgressive tradition of Joe Orton or Jean Genet (or more recent offerings like the films Eating Raoul or 1989's Parents), Feast literally pushes the bounds of good taste. ... full review
BENJAMIN SCHWARTZ certified reviewer June 04, 2018
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. ... full review

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