Saturday, September 11, 2004

A Murder of Crows

Defunkt Theatre
September 11, 2004

Intriguing, black-hearted, sometimes obtuse unraveling of the current “destructive spirit” of American values and ostracization of those who don’t fit modern political polarity—like author Mac Wellman’s people in the wrong play. Ragged, provocative and well-inhabited, with some truly exciting theatrical moments that stop abruptly short, leaving much to ponder.


Anonymous said...

Did anyone notice that Tom Moorman is one of the funniest people alive? Why is he so underated?

Anonymous said...

Tom is underated? By whom? He is very funny.