This fun, energetic, experimental production is why the Fringe Festival exists. An enthusiastic, sexy cast throw themselves (literally) into a piece that, admittedly, could use some editing and shaping. This is an ambitious piece that strives to go beyond the “camp” element you may expect from the title and delves into a truly dramatic story that is rooted deeply in tragedy and pain. Even as the characters are slaying demons, literally and metaphorically, it is clear this cast wants to move you as well as entertain you. Highly recommend supporting this show… it has clear potential of going on in other forms beyond the Fringe.