Fabulous acting by this cast. Although I agree, that the writing at the end is a bit anti climactic, the actors ALL carry the writing through wonderfully and it is completely worth going to see!!! Funny, irreverent, thought provoking and in a fabulous venue.
Is there any way I could get a paper copy of this still? Please, let me know! :)
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Seeing this show is truly a unique experience. Highly recommended.
Just ordered the Kindle edition. Can't wait to read it. Also, keep an eye out for Tobit's Dog which will be released in April. It's by an NC author also.
Katherine Murdoch is so sexy.
Shep Cooke, the Folk Rock Prodigy from the 70's, Announces the Launch of Digital Versions of His First Two Solo Albums.-Linda Ronstadt, Tom Waits, Stone Poneys
The world of music was introduced to Shep Cooke in the early 60's, when he performed with the rock group The Dearly Beloved. Fascinated by Shep's music, eleven time Grammy winner Linda Ronstadt persuaded Shep to join her now legendary folk rock group, The Stone Poneys.
Actually, the first area production of this show took place at Little Theatre of Gastonia, around a year ago.
I did actually play it - and complete the story - and yes, I did play the DLC (but I'm reviewing the disc - not paid downloads meant to add more value to a lackluster release). The story isn't interesting because the means by which you have to unravel the narrative are so monotonous: scan this, fly here, pummel these guys, decode this - it's the same three or four gameplay elements repeated ad nauseam.
Prequels are seldom interesting (in any medium) because we already know the progression of the characters - we don't see them grow so much as fall into place. If prequels were a great vehicle for good stories, they would have been the initial story - not an idea that's stumbled upon later when other good ideas are exhausted. Arkham Asylum and Arkham City (not to mention 75 years of Batman lore) tells us everything we need to know about that universe - an origin story is the last thing we need.
Did you actually play the game, or to that notion, even finish it? The story was more in depth and flushed out than the previous two games, and it made more sense as far as why the rouges gallery would be out trying to kill Batman for one night. And if you seen some of the recent DLC, you see that Bruce Wayne gets in his ninja training.
So let me get this straight...these theater companies were given FREE space and because its only two weeks and not three and they can't to Sundays, they are complaining? Man, way to look a gift horse in the mouth.
This coming from an agnostic...I see absolutely nothing wrong with Elevation using Spirit Square if they are a paying client.
This isn't the the most cogent piece of writing I've ever read.
"Apparently, the $2,885 tab . . . for each of the two third weeks they were planning for 2013-14 wasn't to their liking."
WTF? Production companies can't handle paying rent for only one week of a three week run? If a set of Wed-Sat performances can't average 25 paying patrons in order to break even, then maybe the producers are really not producing good theater. Or their conceit is to fill seats with comps for family and friends.
And the piece's "nut" graph, which amusingly begins with the words "It's simple." Really, it is unintelligible to me. If someone can make some coherent sense out of that, please chime in.
CORRECTION: For some reason known only to my aging brain cells, I mistakenly wrote that two Northern journalists in Junius and Albert's Adventures in the Confederacy were taken to a Confederate prison in Statesville, NC. They actually were prisoners in Salisbury, NC. Sorry for the brain burp; please don't let it keep you from checking out a fantastic book for history buffs.
I was there the day 'Evan' was born... SO proud of him!
Thanks Creative Loafing!
By the way, Matt Connolly's photo is awesome!
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