Portland State University
November 17, 2004
Greek’s Sex and the Citadel about women abstaining from warring men to win peace was appropriately crass, bawdy fun. Brisk staging, eclectic design delivered tarted-up eye-candy, but imperfect characterizations, acoustics muffled a poor script and inadequate score, neither of which lived up to real potential. The live band, however, rocked.