At The Bread Factory, they rehearse the Greek play, Hecuba. But the real theatrics are outside the theater where the town has been invaded by bizarre tourists and mysterious tech start-up ...
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Chiara Del Ciondolo,
At The Bread Factory, they rehearse the Greek play, Hecuba. But the real theatrics are outside the theater where the town has been invaded by bizarre tourists and mysterious tech start-up workers. There is a new normal in Checkford, if it is even really Checkford any longer.
Brian Murray's final on-screen acting role before his untimely passing in August 2018. See more »
[answering the phone]
Bread Factory. Uhm, yes, just give me a second. You wanna see "Mahagonny"? You know the opera? Yes, I like it too, I just wanted to be sure you know what you are in for! Yes, and your name? Toni with an "i" and do I know you Toni? Well, okay, then welcome. And you need to sit where? You have what kind of condition? How do you spell that? Just so when we are in the ambulance, I can let them know!
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A series of slightly connected vignettes encased in allusion, satire, parody, sarcasms, spoofing clichés concerning a small town arts theatre & school at risk of losing funding when a famous, out-of-town, group build a larger one down the street. Seemed to me, in my uneducated humble way, as cutesy over-intellectualizing, rambling, small town gossip. But, if you're into staged theatre humor it might be your cup-of-tea.
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