Stray Cat Theatre’s “Anything You Hear and Only Half of What You See” is sort of Quentin Tarantino Lite — but not in a bad way. The world-premiere play by Arizona’s own Ron Hunting doesn’t have all the gore and the F-bombs, but it revels in witty wordplay as it finds humor in the midst of lethal danger. David Weiss stars as George, an unassuming mailman who finds himself tied up in a warehouse to be interrogated by professional killers who need to know if he happened to have witnessed a murder while walking his route in the West Valley. In addition to the dark comedy, this is a story driven by plot twists, so we won’t spoil them here. But director Louis Farber and his cast do a fine job balancing laughs with genuine suspense...Most important, the climax delivers a hugely entertaining payoff. “Anything You Hear” goes out with a bang."
‘Anything You Hear’ mixes laughter and suspense