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FRINGE REVIEW: Moonrock Landing

Moonrock Landing suffers the same fate that so many other Fringe plays have this year - a strong opening. In the early minutes of the show, everything's coming up roses - jokes are flying quickly and hitting their mark, and the cast is connecting beautifully. But after a while, the fuel seems to run out at an accelerated rate. Not to say that the story's premise - the pending apocalypse of a small town - doesn't present many opportunities for comedic gold. But with a tightening of the script and a few tweaks to the cast's delivery, the King Tortoise Theatre troupe could be in possession of a solid play in the near future.

Two and a half out of five stars.

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