My Script And Me
Tarty women drape themselves on Tony Del Rio and his buddies in this play about a writer battling his conscience ( Natalie Whaley ) as he tries to pen a play. With a cast that can't remember to call Tony by his character's name and a great deal of pouting, flouncing and innuendo, this play inspires only nervous laughter from an audience too polite to walk out.
Lenny And Darla: From Vegas... With Love
Writer/performers Leslie Seiler and Robert Fulton never get beneath the flashy duds of their gaudy characters, who meet in Vegas, put together an act and bicker through an on-again, off-again, on-again relationship. They condescend to these characters, making the laughs (there's really only one joke here) strained.
The Garbage Strike
Warehouse employees fight against middle management and the boss in this ineptly written, limply performed comedy. With lobsters somehow jammed into the storyline twice, consider this production a crustacean catastrophe.
Karina Gets Cancelled
Girl ( Louisa Hache ) gets fired from her religious-themed afternoon TV show. Girl gets angry on air. Girl learns that she just can't be shackled by the expectations of others. Girl feels better. This show could be about shucking peas for all the detail Hache brings to it. The religion angle distracts from the rest of the production, which would be stronger if Hache committed something from her heart or gut, and not just her head. As a result it's a painfully earnest 45 minutes.