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Indefinite Articles: A Libertarian Rage

solo performance · maximum verbosity · Ages 14+ · one person show · United States

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CORWIN EVANS certified reviewer June 16, 2014
Phillip Low's performance is more a biography of a person who discovers Libertarianism than a Libertarian primer. While peppered with clever in-jokes (although I was hoping for a "muh roads"), it's far more personal than the title suggests. I thought it was entertaining, even with a small audience. It's an intimate and emotionally raw piece with moments of humanity that transcend political affiliations.... full review
CARMEN ANGELICA certified reviewer June 16, 2014
Indefinite Articles: A Libertarian Rage is very poetic in it's execution. The exploration of a man's discovery on his political stance in a political environment that comes off as very democratic or republican is well written. Using folklore, personal stories and even comedic genre play (a surprising take on an imaginary interaction with Sarah Palin) made it well varied. Overall, a great experience. Especially if you want to expand your horizons on alternative political stances.... full review
GREG Z June 29, 2014
If the title of the show had been "How I *ucked Sarah Palin In the Back of My Car and Spent a Night in Jail on a Separate Occasion" it would have sold out every night.I was doubled over laughing at points. The opening story was a little strange and perhaps not on point, but overall the stories, the anecdotes, Phil's ability to recite volumes of political diatribe while making jokes about daily life -- great stuff. ... full review

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