Annah Billips may or may not have a sister named Ginger, who may or may not have once been part of Annah’s brain until she was removed by Annah’s dad, who may or may not be a mad scientist. For that matter, Annah may or may not be crazy. What’s the truth? Find out for […]
“In the world of Battlepug, a hot tattooed naked chick narrates to a couple of talking puppies epic story of a brave warrior, whose rise to power involves the slaughter of Santa Claus and a harp seal (in fairness, both had it coming). His path will lead him to a giant, drooling pug dog. […]
From the streets of Portland comes a hilarious murder non-mystery with tons of bizarre characters. Read the full interview here!
The co-creator of the hit web series talks Sparks, Jagermonsters and more! Read the full interview here!
Eric Powell’s The Goon is insane enough. But what happens when he invites Evan Dorkin, creator of Milk and Cheese and Beasts of Burden into his world? Insanity, duh. Brave the madness here!
Michael Frayn’s Noises Off is an excellent fit for Theatre in the Park, which has staged a number of farces with the energy level up to 11 in recent seasons. Frayn’s 1982 hit about the thoroughly inept staging of a play is an open ticket for actors to ham it up, and some inspired performances […]
Despite a few flickers of promise, Green Lantern burns out Posted by Zack Smith on Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 2:35 PM Warner Bros Green Lantern Two stars Opens today everywhere Warner Brothers, which owns DC Comics, has a problem. They own 75 years’ worth of DC Comics characters, but only Superman and Batman have […]
Those who still have the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack at the top of their iTunes playlists should get a kick out of WMKS: Where Music Kills Sorrow. Playing in repertory at N.C. State’s TheatreFest 2011, it’s a very slight but occasionally entertaining irony-free look at Southern old-time radio that boasts every rustic cliché […]
The voice of half of THE SIMPSONS’ Springfield and 1/3 of Spinal Tap talks about his New Orleans documentary. Read the full interview here!
The Dixie Swim Club at NCSU’s “Southern Comfort”-themed Theatrefest 2011 // Write to the editor The Dixie Swim Club Theatrefest 2011 at University Theatre, NCSU Through June 12 Your enjoyment of The Dixie Swim Club, the first entry in N.C. State University’s “Southern Comfort”-themed Theatrefest 2011, will depend on how many times you’ve seen this […]