By Andrew Andrews
“At the root of it, it seems fundamentally useless,” Adam explains in his monotonous voice. “The words are important. Because after I found them, they became bigger than me. And that
With the help of
“I wanted to talk to you and find out how you did that,” Adam explains. “I needed to know who you are.
Did I say “enlisted?”
More like coerced.
Turing Test is Dominick DeGaetano’s new play, directed by
Even if it takes indefinitely.
With only four characters (including Elizabeth Chappel’s cameo as Seidel) and a few props, the company manages to deliver a show that is greater than the sum of its parts, just as McKenna’s words became “bigger than a
So check it out, then come back here and tell us what you think
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Andrew Andrews attended Turing Test at FringeHUB in New York on Monday, October 15, 2018 @ 12:34pm to write this review.