Monthly Archive: March 2016

Review: Hoot

Justin Hamilton’s festival show Hoot will strike you like a well-honed piece of music. Even though he’s been re-composing the show from festival to...

Review: The AntiChris

Chris has been reading the Bible. And he thinks he might have a couple of problems with it. First thing’s first; if you’re in...

Review: Smell the Penguins

Smell the Penguins is a show about love. At least that’s what Harley Breen told us; personally it’s the only show about love that’s...

Review: Life Mechanic

Demi Lardner is okay with the fact that she looks like a young boy. She’s an option for homosexuality for either gender and that’s...

Review: The Laughter Master

Stephen K Amos’ thoughts on social media etiquette, paraphrased: “Wow this is all pretty full on, can’t we all just calm down and talk...

Review: Don’t Get Up

Kelly Fastuca claims she’s good at everything and great at nothing. I can’t say for certain this is true; one thing she’s definitely great...

Review: You Only Laugh Twice

James Blonde (Ian Nash-Gilchrist) returns after 2015’s Live and Let Spy; the nefarious Dr. Maybe (Ed Dolista) has escaped from custody with the help...