Wednesday, August 13, 2008

New Review: Choose Your Own Play

For Back Stage, as part of the New York International Fringe Festival.

Here's the tease:

Long-form improv is notoriously hard to do, as it's usually predicated on being funny, thinking fast, and sustaining it all for a whole evening. With up to 100 characters and 80 possible endings for their story, the Houston-based troupe presenting Choose Your Own Play makes its task especially difficult. So even if the show was only half successful, it might qualify as triumphant.

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