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Dad's Garage Theatre Company1
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43 Plays for 43 Presidents, by Bayiates, Benjamin, Gallo, Johnston, and Weinberg
incredibly fun and smart
Wednesday, September 25, 2002
5.0
I've been a long time fan of Dad's Garage and they really outdid themselves with this show. It's the best show I've ever seen there. (I totally agree with joejoe, btw! Right on!) It has comedy, poignancy, moments of great depth followed by hillarious jabs. I laughed myself almost out of my chair a few times. And my wife cried during one of the earlier plays--I forget which President it was! But I learned a lot too, which is amazing. The ending made me uncomfortable at first and then I went home and I thought "why did it make me uncomfortable?" Then I realized that was the whole point they were trying to make! If we are actually scared to share our views (one way or the other) about the war on terrorism, then isn't something WRONG? Just a great show. I can't say enough about it. It kept me up all night. My wife said I should quit my job and go into either theater or politics. I think she just wanted some sleep! Anyway, I highly recommend it. (And I'm an Independent by the way. I actually don't think you need to be a lefty to enjoy the show!)

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