Clocking in at around three hours, the show is a surreal grab bag filled with gags, skits, and sketches, the whole kooky kit and kaboodle tied up (too) neatly in a paranoid ribbon.
Theater Review: Plays New and Old Back to Back and Reel to Reel
Fort Point Theatre Channel made a call for submissions for a new play to serve as a companion piece to “Krapp’s Last Tape.” The result: a performance of Samuel Beckett’s classic with the world premiere of “The Archives” by Skylar Fox.
Theater Review: “Valentine Trilogy” Has a Lot of Passion but Could Use More Smarts
So what’s a hero to do but throw punches and kicks in the name of love and forgiveness?