Harold Pinter's Old Times at ACT's Pinter Festival
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The last date listed for The Pinter Festival: Old Times was Saturday August 25, 2012 / Noon.
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For more than 20 years, comedians Lisa Koch and Peggy Platt have combined their considerable talents as the duo Dos Fallopia. For hardcore fans or the simply curious, there is no better showcase of their sketch comedy chops than their annual Christmas tradition, Ham For the Holidays. This year's outing -- dubbed Close Encounters of the Pork Rind -- includes such celebrated characters as mother-daughter country duo The Spudds, the tiny but proud Sequim Gay Men's Chorus, and the angst-ridden Slam Poet. If you love LGBT comedy, song parodies, cheap laughs and razor-sharp zingers, you might need an extra serving of Ham for the Holidays. Warning: Although no hams are harmed during the production of the show, young minds might still get warped. Best to leave the kids at home. Learn More
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This was an intriguing play at first. A character would reminisce, then later another character would tell a similar but differing story. The pieces don't fit, but you are expecting them to by the end ... but they never do! The play just gets weirder and weirder. The audience members left scratching heads. I had to search online to get some possible explanations, and there are some wild interpretations out there ... but no one really knows! This is not my kind of theater. Well acted, but a waste of time in my opinion.
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