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Words cannot begin to describe the glorious depravity on display here. A brilliant work by Alice Nelson and Jacqueline Russell that examines the idea of empowerment and places it within the context of unlikely cultural touchstones. Remarkable physical performers, Nelson and Russell are masterful in presenting extreme scenarios within a harmonious and easily digestible understanding. The play truly begins when you start thinking about it afterwards and discover how legitimately subversive, intelligent and twisted a work it is. Highly recommended and the perfect show for people who don’t “get” what the Fringe (or creativity) is all about.

Four and a half out of five stars.

more in Fringe Reviews     |     posted Aug 15th, 2010 at 2:41pm     

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