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FRINGE REVIEW: The History of Lost And Found

Have you ever misplaced your panties on public transit?  Eric and Emily run the lost and found in the sub-sub-basement of the City Bus, and their growing collection of ginch is a clear indication that the Panty-Christ is wreaking havoc.  Something’s amiss, and it can’t all be put down to the “madness of the vaults”.  With a collection of lost clothes to make Mr. Dressup jealous, Eric and Emily will try on every detective hat they’ve got to get to the bottom of things.  You’ll be laughing out loud as they debate conspiracy theories against blue-collar workers and the inherent femininity of fringed scarves.  The History of Lost and Found is also a profound exploration of how we find happiness and a beautiful depiction of the things we’ll do to save our friends.

Four out of five stars.

more in Fringe Reviews     |     posted Aug 13th, 2010 at 9:35pm     

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