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The smut lord of Westlock Bob Bruder thrusts his one-man extravaganza about the history of sexually orientated print and television advertising onto an unsuspecting puritanical pulpit for winning results! More of a power-point presentation than an actual performance, Bruder does a fine job presenting an overview of the history and the reasoning behind the prevalence of sexual imagery in our North American consciousness. It’s all very light-hearted and good-natured which helps service Bruder’s thesis and allows the audience to enter into his conceptual tunnel sans protection. To the show’s credit, it’s never flaccid.

Three out of five stars.

more in Fringe Reviews     |     posted Aug 14th, 2010 at 11:30am     

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