BOTTOM LINE: This dark comedy about one man's battle with addiction is immensely funny with witty dialogue and lots of well-staged physical comedy.
When thirty-something New York City couple Jack (Nat Cassidy) and Crystal (Tricia Alexandro) decide to do cocaine together for the first time, their entire world is changed. Crystal, the experienced one, orders coke from her dealer and gives her boyfriend his first hit, zapping awake a new side to him the second the drug enters his bloodstream...
BOTTOM LINE: Sundown, Yellow Moon replays the past with melancholic murkiness, casting shadows onto the family ties that bind. Despite pacing and structural issues, look it up if you’ve got the time.
The Festival runs February 13 - March 5.
2 Theaters, 3 Weeks, 12 Days, 30 independent theater companies, and over 150 performances.
We will be reviewing each and every of the 30 shows in the festival.