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Night of the Living Cubestackers

a Couple of One Acts
CATEGORY :
by Various

COMPANY : Square Globe Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Square Globe Theatre [WEBSITE]
ID# 261

SHOWING : April 19, 2001 - May 19, 2001

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Jon Tyler Owens
Cast Quentin E. Ball
Cast Michael Batrano
Cast Nikki Bora
Cast Claire Brown
Cast Craig Glassco
Cast Doug Grady
Cast Laura Griffin
Cast Denise Johnson
Cast Nick Rhoton
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REVIEWS

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It's Alive... Alive!!!
by satur91
Friday, May 18, 2001
4.0
NIGHT OF THE LIVING CUBESTACKERS IS A FRESH MIX OF GENRES, SPRINKLED WITH SOME ABSURDITIES,CHUNKS OF REALITIES, AND TOPPED WITH A FEW GREAT PERFORMANCES. FOR THE SEASONED PALATE, THE NIGHT OF ONE-ACTS HAS THE FLAVOR OF SOME VERY ENGAGED YOUNG ACTORS IN A FAST PACED MOVING SHOW THAT TEMPTS THE TASTE BUDS FROM FROLIC TO FRENZY THEN SETTLES BACK INTO MELLOW SMOOTHNESS... ONLY TO BURST FORTH ANOTHER SPURT OF HILARIOUS JUICINESS AGAIN. FOR THE CASUAL DINER, THE NIGHT OF THE LIVING CUBESTACKERS IS A FINE INTRODUCTION...A SHOW FILLED WITH A SAMPLER OF SURREAL DRAMA AND A HINT OF DEEPER EMOTIONAL UNDERTONES. THE ENTIRE SHOW IS PACED WELL... THE SCENES AND MUSICAL INTERLUDES ARE SPACED PROPERLY AND HAVE A WONDERFULLY PLEASANT EBB AND FLOW.
IT'S JUST DAMN FUN!
I THINK "JACK IN THE BLACK BOX THEATRE" WILL BE A COMPANY TO WATCH IN THE NEAR FUTURE. HOPEFULLY THEY WILL CONTINUE TO PRESENT THIS MIX OF THEATRICAL FLAVORS... IT'S RAW AND ALIVE... AND IT TASTES GREAT.
DON'T MISS THE SHOW... THIS IS THE LAST WEEKEND( MAY 17,18,19) [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Stacked Just Right!
by geocan4
Tuesday, May 15, 2001
4.0
Want an evening of fun? Want an
evening of fun and unusual one-acts? Then this is the place to be! Square Globe has assembled a very talented ensembled for their this production. It's a very upbeat, face paced, peanut throwing evening that will keep you constantly asking what's next? Owens has displayed great directoral abibility with keeping constance movement on stage and yet keeping you focused on what was the main point of each one act. Glassco and Griffin keep the pace of "between acts" with well acted monologues. So if you like a something that adds a variety to your evening, this get off you butt and go see this one! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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