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43 Plays for 43 Presidents, by Bayiates, Benjamin, Gallo, Johnston, and Weinberg
just awful
Sunday, September 22, 2002
1.0
a dull, dark, cynical, amateur, politically retarded view of our presidential legacy. very european in its heavy slant towards the negative; left you feeling depressed and dirty. the show was capped with a disturbing left-wing attack on one of the audience members that was reminiscent of the creepy images of saddam smiling and patting the little hostage children on the head.

was it a comedy? an occasional forced laugh from somewhere in the audience is about the closest this came to being a comedy. a history lesson? perhaps, if you want to discard the big picture and focus on handpicked side issues from each term. art? it was definitely art, if you define art as something that appeals to a small niche and requires just the right person to understand. worth $20? absolutely not.

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