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Re: “Sticky Traps bogs down in its own anger

....oh that's what this play is about......I was confused by the title. I thought it was about a spooge covered tranny!

Posted by JohnHolmes on 05/19/2015 at 6:57 AM

Re: “Sticky Traps bogs down in its own anger

Having just that day lost a small family member, the pain of losing a child definitely resonating with me. I think it was a good play with good actors and worth seeing.

Posted by Bgirl on 05/14/2015 at 7:03 PM

Re: “Sticky Traps bogs down in its own anger

I saw this a couple of weeks ago and think I enjoyed it more than this reviewer. Yes, there are moments of melodrama that don't feel completely earned, but overall, I think the cast does a great job. I did find myself wishing the set were oriented differently; it is a bit odd to have the audience viewing the church from the back, as if we are the missing part of the congregation, rather than from the side or front, so we don't spend so much time viewing the actors' backs. I was also concerned with this only being a four person cast, but they pull it off well and made me realize that adding additional cast members would have been overkill.
This play is definitely worth seeing; the story is current and while I think the writer could have found a better way to end the story (not sure there was really a need for yet more drama), what we are presented with is powerful and the cast is talented.

Posted by weallmatter on 05/14/2015 at 10:45 AM

Re: “The Unicorn gets the most out of a hard Cock

That's one hell of a neck right there.

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Posted by Shalah on 05/08/2015 at 9:26 AM

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