Vancouver Fringe Festival review: Romance taut, well-acted, and oh so politically incorrect


The Judge asks, “May we not have peace?”, but the play is by David Mamet so the answer is, “Not fucking likely.”

A Jew bemoans hiring a goy lawyer: “It’s like going to a straight hairdresser.” And that lawyer describes the prosecutor as being “as gay as a V-neck sweater". The joke of political incorrectness repeats itself and the farcical chaos wears thin, but Brian Hinson contributes a flawlessly ditzy turn as the Judge. And keep your eye on Jose Os’s Bailiff: he’s always got somethin’ happenin'. Tightly directed by Adam Henderson.

At CBC Studio 700 on September 8 (9:30 p.m.), 9 (5:45 p.m.), 10 (9:15 p.m.), 12 (7 p.m.), 13 (10 p.m.), and 15 (1:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.).

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Terry T
Oh wow! Political incorrectness. Like we aren't inundated with it daily. Boring in the extreme.
Rating: -17
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