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LA Theater Review
Fubar, or Interesting, Incredible, Amazing, Fantastic
Director Larissa Kokernot has assembled an exemplary cast and mounted a production that is disturbing, perplexing, and often funny. Morehouse is engaging as a wuss tormented and driven to violence by his own wussiness. Dodd has a wonderfully enigmatic face, which hints at sadness in every smile, and every tear is edged with ironic amusement. Her fascinating performance is marred only by her inaudibility, which was frequent on opening night. Street's Sylvia artfully segues from giddy good-time girl at the beginning to a woman driven by drugs and her own passions to extreme behavior, mysteriously channeling Mary's dead mother. Werner makes D.C. a fundamentally decent man undone by his own lurking violence. Wilcox starts out strongly as a philosophic drug guru, driving the action, but his character largely fades out as the story progresses. Gary Smoot provides the appropriately bizarre set.
Presented by and at Theatre of NOTE, 1517 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood.
April 24–May 30. Fri.–Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 7 p.m.
(323) 856-8611 or www.theatreofnote.com.
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