Debauchery has a way of erasing whatever bad day, week, sometimes even month, you’ve been having. It can even help make New Orleans home.
Lee Blessing’s play about art and politics is even more meaningful today than it was when it first premiered in 1999. And, despite a few technical issues that threaten to take us out of the moment, because of an oustanding performance by Jake Bartush, this production does that meaning justice.
by Stephanie Garrison and Bradley Warshauer
A night of shows is also accompanied by a slew of friendly faces and endless conversation. Fringe might be a time of, like, artistic immersion. But it’s also just a great time with friends.