Audience: Dawn Joyal
From the Hollywood hills to Mexico, this fast-paced comedy takes Sebastian, Kate and Robert on a wild ride with lots of drinks and some surprises. Sharply written by Ellen Buckley and smartly directed by Susan Dalian. A Fun Fringe jaunt. Try and keep up! Every minute brings something unexpected.
David Caprita's (Jake) 30 minute, one-act is a totally absorbing and compelling trip to a Malibu beach where Jake wrestles with his guardian Angel (Josh Wingate) who is not about to allow Jake to complete the task he set out to do. Neither is willing to give an inch. David's beautifully crafted dialogue is well staged and directed by Matt Duggan. Quintessentially all that represents Fringe. This play is a MUST SEE!
Where this show could easily become a self-absorbed free for all, Perez's performance is skillfully crafted by Eric Johnson. From the first moment, Perez pulls you - ready or not - on a wild, bumpy ride into the mind and heart of this passionate, tortured soul. Just when you think the opening rant will churn into something unintelligible, it drops in beautifully, taking the audience along, Klaus' life is woven, unraveled and rewoven. By the end, there are a a few threads you'll still wish to pull.