Playwright David Bell skewers both camps, the "art for art's sake" crowd and the shameless panderers, although his comedy falls more on the side of the panderers. Raunchy, politically incorrect and gleefully blasphemous, it's laugh-out-loud funny, but it traffics in cheap shots based on potentially offensive stereotypes.
Directing for Stray Cat Theatre, Damon Dering keeps the punch lines flying. Samuel E. Wilkes and Michael Thompson turn the swish dial to 11 as T. Scott and Edonis, two-man entourage to Eddie Russini, the dissolute director of shows with titles like "Naked Boys Running Around Naked."
But no matter, there are plenty of laughs left over. You don't need a master's degree to understand a wardrobe malfunction.
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