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FRINGE REVIEW: The Crimson Yak

This is a fast paced musical whose underlying themes are those of exploitation of the innocent, capitalism, and greed which leads to the imbalance of nature, and sadness for those who have sold the purity of their country for profit and technology. The opening scenes are ones of foreboding and prophesy, while the latter half of the musical is that of fulfilling the prophesy. The music and singing were awesome, very dramatic; the antics of the characters were rambunctious, and hilarious. The audience was receptive, attentive, giving a standing ovation for the exceptional performance. This was a most enjoyable and relaxing experience.  A must-see for all ages.

Five out of five stars.

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