Vancouver Fringe Festival review: The Audience Dies at the End

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      Wally, an actor, makes a pact with the devil: he’ll travel and become famous, and all he has to do is lure unsuspecting theatre audiences to their deaths.

      Playwright and actor Blair Moro is a confident physical comedian, but there are two jarringly awful moments that I hope he will consider revisiting.

      First, Wally describes India as a “hell hole” complaining that “all the children smelled like a sewer". Then Moro actually adopts a racist “Asian” accent to play the drug crazed Uncle Jack whom he meets in Bangkok. White people need to stop doing racist accents.



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