Riding a motorcycle through a wormhole in inner-space.

Dear Sex T-Rex,

I recently saw “Wasteland: A Post-Apocalyptic Romp” at Toronto’s Fringe Festival.

Other than “The Book Of Mormon” I haven’t seen a play probably since I was in elementary school. As a teenager I probably wouldn’t have cared to see it.

I fucking loved this play.

Coming in I was expecting more of a set, but it didn’t take me long to get used to seeing the actors use themselves and the same objects, and have my imagination amp it up! The music was a great touch, as I’m a fan of the modern Fallout games, and Guardians Of The Galaxy, where the upbeat music has stark contrast to the grim reality.

I laughed, I cried (tears of joy, especially when you get to “Under Pressure”), and I was overjoyed that I can love my favourite sci-fi genre in a different medium from movies, books, and video games. I just wish I could buy a recording of this!

Your play taught me that we’re all a little crazy in our own way, and our imaginations can make even the darkest realities more fun to play in.

Bravo!

-George

P.S.

Fav parts:

-Changing perspectives of the vehicle battle scene

-Kaitlin Morrow’s puppetry of the dog was adorable

-The great revelation of Conor Bradbury’s character

-The music!!!

One response

  1. Thanks George! Hope to see you again next year (or before)!

    July 9, 2016 at 7:44 PM

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