Friday, July 15, 2005

Last Call . . . a post-nuclear cabaret

Ryan got free tickets to see this play and invited me out - Mike fortunately didn't hold me to our plans that night so that I could go - I owe him a couple of beers or something.
What could be better than a post-apocolyptic play with an upbeat musical score! Two men, one blind and being held hostage by the other, a mentally disturbed convict, put on a cabaret to entertain 'the masses.' I laughed, but some of the humor was so vulgar I had a difficult time deciding how to react. The subject matter, post-nuclear Vancouver, presented through humor made it more disturbing and pungent. Of course I loved it! I recommend it to everyone.


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