FRIGID New York @ Horse Trade presents an election-themed installment of this long-running annual performance series of bedtime stories for adults. More…
Writer/performer Clay McLeod Chapman believes in America. What it once was. What it can be again. And to make our nation great, everybody’s got to make sacrifices. Ancient sacrifices. In honor of the election year, the 19th annual Pumpkin Pie Show praises politics with ballot-shredding tales of witch-hunting in the White House, interdimensional orgies in the Lincoln bedroom, draw-and-quartering Occupy protesters, and good old-fashioned mudslinging. No sets. No costumes. Nothing beyond the text and the performance itself.
See it if Below par for CmcChapman & company; or maybe just campaign fatigue. Nothing new but its ably handled (big plus with indie icon Hanna Cheek!)
Don't see it if Tired of the usual Trump/Clinton tropes; a tad too long for it's own good
See it if you enjoy talented actors giving solid performances. However, the material is terrible. Everything is bloody.
Don't see it if you have asthma or any breathing problems. It's in a basement that reeks of mold.
See it if You enjoy an excellent ensemble, Christopher Guest, and making fun of both major candidates for prez.
Don't see it if You have been under a rock all year and would not get political jokes
See it if The current freak show of an election cycle both enthralls and repels you
Don't see it if You can't handle even one more thing related to political discourse, even in fun