". . . his accent and his physicality are so spot-on that you begin to believe that this is the real deal. Sitting in the audience while he tells the tale of a Halloween party gone terribly awry because a clairvoyant beagle named Montezuma gets called out by a closet queen currently answering to Sasha, the sensation that you've entered the twilight zone begins to descend. But the beauty of it is, it's the twilight zone of real life."
". . . a celebration of all body types and sexual identifications . . .worth every hoot and catcall, not only for her zinger-filled standup, but for the freewheeling sexual demagoguery of the whole theatre enterprise."
" . . . very nearly sublime . . .
what had seemed like a series of skits designed mainly to get a laugh . . . each of the individual stories begin to dovetail in ways that really are both lovely and amazing. To give away any more in terms of set up or plot would be wrong. Suffice it to say that the overlap in the characters' lives - characters who often have good reason to be suspicious of each other - is so beautifully rendered that the importance of the concept of common courtesy comes to mind as much as common knowledge."
"It is through art, and through art only, that we can realise our perfection." - Oscar Wilde
"Act right." - Randall Rapstine
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