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Political campaigns are crazy frenzied things.  A new production by OnSite Theatre invites us to participate in the final hectic moments of a race for the office of Governor. 

Published in Theater Reviews

Yasmina Reza has crafted a wickedly funny, sharply pointed play that questions just how civilized we really are, as a society. The realistically absurd plot digs further, questioning the value of not allowing time and space for our more primitive nature to be expressed, particularly when children are still young and maturing. More than merely thought provoking, these questions have a resonance to them in a quick-to-accuse and quicker to sue culture that's easily accessible by most Americans.

Published in Theater Reviews
Tuesday, 28 February 2012 22:03

Wake up and laugh, St. Louis.

The world premiere of "Wake Up, Cameron Dobbs", is a charming, smart, and witty evening of comedy. It was very well acted, and I particularly enjoyed the light hearted humor.

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