- Archikulture Digest
- January 24, 2020
The Breakthrough gangs takes us back to the early ’90’s in this excellent evening of Broadway tunes.
Chekov’s tale of family disintegration reappears in the late 20th century.
Two men play 8 characters, and a staff of stage hand ghosts build a campy comedy of British faded nobility banished to the moorlands for the crimes of poverty and aristocracy.
Mozart’s “Abduction From The Seraglio” beams into the 23rd Century in this wildly inventive opera for the future.
Notes and quotes on the fourth day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Notes and quotes on the third day of 2018 Orlando Fringe.
Mind-boggling early ’70s adult movie where two people attempt to have sex while insulting each other, then try to film their escapades, bringing down the wrath of superhero Bat Pussy.
A post modern take on the old Frankie and Annette beach movies.
Delusions of Grandeur (Red Eye Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The tomatoes return and boy, has the pizza business changed without them. It’s silly, sci-fi and almost as fun as the original.
James Kochalka’s Superf*ckers is a raunchy, dark, proudly toilet-humored takedown of every superhero team going. Matthew Moyer recommends you keep this one out of kids’ reach.
A pseudo pseudo-documentary about aliens living in the hollow earth and their ties to the CIA and Fidel Castro. Carl F Gauze knows for a fact that tinfoil makes the most comfy of hats.
Seven years of loving volunteer work produces an excellent Star Trek parody. Carl F Gauze thinks it’s about time.
Don’t change that channel, don’t touch that dial — "Weird Al" Yankovic’s cult classic UHF has finally come to DVD! Julio Diaz picked up a copy on the way home from Spatula City…
The music world is rocked by news that Britney Spears’ next album will be a track-for-track remake of The Clash’s seminal London Calling. Julio Diaz gets the full story.
Yes, it’s true — good shows do come to Melbourne, FL sometimes! Julio Diaz saw "Weird Al" Yankovic and stand-up comedian Flip Schultz at the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts on May 19, 2000. Ian Koss got some great photos, too!