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Theatre Reviews

This one-man show, writ­ten, per­formed and cre­at­ed by Zach Dorn, is one of the hid­den gems at this year’s Fringe. Dorn comes off ini­tial­ly as scat­tered and all over the place, and the set looks like that of a dis­or­ga­nized man’s apart­ment. How­ev­er, as the show pro­ceeds, it is clear that there is a method to his chaos and that every­thing is exact­ly in its place. Dorn takes us on a jour­ney of sev­er­al sto­ries from his life and pup­pet show jour­nals, ani­mat­ed in a live com­ic sort of action through video pro­jec­tion of pup­petry, dio­ra­mas, flip art, over­head pro­jec­tor cutouts and shad­ow pup­pets. This is a well put togeth­er show that makes extreme­ly cre­ative uses out of sev­er­al art medi­ums. It also deliv­ers inter­est­ing sto­ries, told by an odd but gen­uine and charm­ing nar­ra­tor; this show is well worth check­ing out. 

Let’s Prank Call Each Oth­er
Venue 5 — Son of Ware­house
Pup­petry
60 Min­utes
Parental Guid­ance
Warn­ings: Mild Lan­guage, sex­u­al content