Four Letter Theatre is back at it again with Twylight Zone: Back to the 6th Dimension (a parody). A loving send up of the classic series featuring four great episodes:
Nightmare at 20,000 Feet: Bill Williams has just recovered from a nervous breakdown. So when he’s flying home and keeps seeing a creature on the wing of the plane he isn’t sure what is real and what is just an illusion.
Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up: A policeman tries to determine who may be an alien amongst a bus load of passengers stranded at a diner.
Living Doll: A frustrated father does battle with his stepdaughter’s talking doll, whose vocabulary includes such phrases as “I hate you” and "I’m going to kill you
The Four of us Are Dying: A man who can change his face to look like other people uses his ability to improve his life regardless of his affect on others
“Laugh riot…When you see the show, be ready to listen closely because there are many clever zingers that whiz by and if you blink you might miss them.” -Jose Ruiz, reviewplays.com
Twylight Zone: the 6th Dimension review:
“The scripts by Gallic feature a lot of guffaw inducing zingers and clever to ridiculous moments, which the cast of five chews on wholeheartedly. There are no pretensions, everyone here is having a fun time and they let you in to enjoy as well.” – Phillip Kelly, Mad Theatrics July 19, 2012