Title:Point Productions presents this existential gross-out comedy about a woman pulled through parallel universes, and the dangerous things she brings with her. Part of the 2017 Exponential Festival. More…
From an uncomfortable drive though the woods, to an out-of-control detective novel in which the narration disobeys the narrator, to a nightly news broadcast performed by vomiting preteens with excellent spelling, no story seems safe enough for this lady to be at its center. 'Chroma Key' is a play about good stories told by bad people, and the woman fighting to get out of them.
"Campbell's bizarro-noir returns the most laughs on investment of any show in the city. Does it make sense? Um... Does it go off the rails? Like a runaway train, baby...It's simultaneously brutal, hilarious, disgusting and dumb as two rocks banging together, and dazzlingly clever...Most of the time it moves like a commedia that's been given speed, then acid, then speed again. The actors are tremendous...The kicker is that 'Chroma Key' is not just zaniness, there's craft here too." Full Review
See it if you're interested in fringe-theatre or like seeing shows that are strange and outside the norm.
Don't see it if you prefer more traditional shows or are grossed out by gore (used in a comedic capacity).
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