Sunday, April 15, 2007

A Guy Adrift in the Universe

A Guy Adrift in the Universe is a playfully straightforward show that gets pretty close to summing up the meaning of life (if not the universe, and everything) in eighty rip-roaring minutes. The subtle direction by Jacob Krueger and the half-tender, half-boisterous cast (led by Cory Grant of Fringe 2006's Broken Hands) makes Larry Kunofsky's script more substantial than its curse-heavy dialog and relentlessly innocent jokes, but it's nice to see such a full-bodied comedy be so honest.

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