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Mad Cat’s “so my grandmother” is an Unruly Helluva Hoot
so my grandmother is a return to Mad Cat’s idiosyncratic fantasias such as Shepherd’s Pie and Helluva Halloween. Like them, it’s messy, undisciplined, even self-indulgent in its determination to break the rules. But it’s also a gold-plated hoot watching talented professionals smashing down traditional preconceptions of theater.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Light Box, Melissa Almaguer, Paul Tei 4 Comments