Friday, August 17, 2007

Pigeon Man Apocalypse - 8/17/2007

Have you ever wondered how a person arrives at the point of being homeless? If so, then you may enjoy Pigeon Man Apocalypse. This dark one person play, performed by Andy McQuade, is a curious story of man who is squatting in a soon-to-be-no-longer-vacant building living on rainwater and – you guessed it – pigeons. Through the course of the fifty-five minute piece, we learn about Pigeon Man's messed up, abusive childhood and his last attempt at normalcy. While I'm not usually fond of one-person shows, I was rarely bored here; the text is unpredictable enough to maintain your interest and McQuade's performance is energetic enough to carry the evening.

Fringe Rating: 6/10

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