Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Phoenix New Times - Jackalope Ranch Culture Blog
...adorable, smart, talented cast.
Not perfect, this Octopus, but imperfect in ways that are often fascinating -- a play that has, just like some of my favorite people, a strong, quirky, possibly mysterious personality, as well as no clothes for a little while.
Octopus honors the dignity and significance of the human heart's priorities while provoking thought and discussion on several other topics, too. Cleverly astute about the delicate dance of 21st-century relationships, it also grabs you like an old-fashioned weepie. It's super-gay and super-universal at once, which, ideally, someday soon, will no longer be something we feel the need to point out.
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