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Stage Notes: Review of KDT’s ‘Gary;’ Second Thought postpones season opener due to COVID-19

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Brandy McClendon Kae, Randy Pearlman, Karen Parrish in ‘Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus.’ (Courtesy Kitchen Dog Theatre) Stage Notes is a weekly aggregate post about theater, classical music and stage news, events, reviews and other pertinent information. Review: Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus by Kitchen Dog Theatre Honestly, I don’t know where to begin with this show.

Playwright Taylor Mac’s absurdist comedy is for sure a roller coaster ride but nonetheless hilarious and captivating. You may ask yourself at the end “What just happened?” In the program notes, Mac mentions the brutality of the Shakespeare play Titus Andronicus that results in “14 killings, nine of htem on stage, six severed members, one rape, one live burial…” You get the picture.

Mac’s play centers on the aftermath and basically who’s going to clean up this massive bloody  mess. The answer to that is Gary (Randy Pearlman) a clown who is thrilled to have been hired as a maid he sees as an upward career move.

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