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4.5 / 5 Rated by 28 members
Review from Goldstar Member
16 events 4 reviews

I was blown away...the plot was thought provoking and the dialouge was well written. They incorporated technology into the play, which was unique and really contributed to the ambiance. Beyond that, the characters/acting was great, it was...continued

reviewed Apr 27 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from ljf
35 events 22 reviews

Phenomenal! Impossible to describe in my own words so I'll use those of others."...apocalyptic sci-fi steampunk musical traces the precipitous decline of our species in an explosive display of light, sound and movement." " This is HP Lovecraft...continued

reviewed Apr 26 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from entertainment fan
49 events 14 reviews

Music was great- unique, rythmic, melancholy, haunting. After the show I searched the internet for the band's music. Actors- fluid, alluring. Wasn't too thrilled with storyline, but all other components made up for what story lacked for me. Great...continued

reviewed Apr 20 2012 report as inappropriate
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What happens when experimental theatre company Liars and Believers plunges headlong into a lustful, gluttonous, greedy, slothful, wrath-ridden, envious, prideful collaboration with texture-core steampunk phenomenon Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys? Let’s just say, it’s not the end of the world.

Oh wait, it is.

Based on the original radio play and album by Walter Sickert this apocalyptic sci-fi steampunk musical traces the precipitous decline of our species in an explosive display of light, sound and movement.

This performance runs 90 minutes with one intermission, and contains nudity and strobe lights. For mature audiences (16+) only.

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