A.C.T. (A Contemporary Theatre) Presents RAWSTOCK Film Festival
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The last date listed for RAWSTOCK Film Festival was Wednesday February 23, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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A master of both slapstick and sophisticated wordplay, Groucho Marx is considered nothing less than a cigar-wielding comic genius. Join award-winning actor/director/playwright Frank Ferrante for a laugh-filled, fast-paced performance, consisting of Groucho's best one-liners and songs, including "Hooray for Captain Spalding." During the two-act, 90-minute show, Ferrante trades ad libs with the audience and introduces you to an array of historical characters including the other Marx brothers, Charlie Chaplin, W.C. Fields and Greta Garbo. Fun for audiences of all ages, the show was a hit in New York, London and on PBS. Learn More
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Featured review from Mischa Redenbaugh
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Not fun, we arrived early to get good seats, and over the next two hours heard a lot of music over the PA, overheard a lot of conversations, and watched about 18 minutes of films. The event started nearly 30 min late, because everyone was apparently enjoying the party so much. Then a couple long intermissions later we left, not compelled to stay for the last film. We probably missed a great one.
Throughout 2011 as part of ACT’s Central Heating Lab, RAWSTOCK continues to be Seattle’s destination for cutting-edge animation, politically incorrect comedy, and relentless grindhouse cinema. All in all, it’s more entertainment per minute than previously thought possible. *
Wednesday February 23*, 2011: William Never Married
RAWSTOCK presents William Never Married, from visionary director Christian Palmer. This debut feature film is a pitch-black romantic comedy centered around antihero William “Vince” Cone, a budding alcoholic in his late 20’s. William’s world is a twisted chaotic storm of romantic yearnings and wrenching familial responsibilities. It’s also achingly funny. Running time: 2 hours.
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