The War Party
By Andrew Andrews
“You used to care for each other.
—FDR, The War Party
Laura Smith just lost the senate race because
She refused to play the
She refused to let
Jessie tried all she could to help
Now they’re alone together in Smith’s war room, at what was supposed to be
Alone except for Smith’s “inappropriate hallucination” of Franklin Delano
Jessie (Odelia Avadi) and Roosevelt (William Youmans) have different ideas about what Smith (Jennifer Piech) should do next:
Director Don Stephenson squeezes as much energy out of these three talented actors as the space can hold, and playwright Vincent Delaney’s message that this is “not a country with a future” and that “both parties are absolute trash” is one that both liberals and conservatives desperately need
United we stand,
If you were lucky enough to score tickets
After the show, come back and tell us what you think of Laura Smith’s failed
Whether you agree with her decision to take the high road or believe she should have joined her opponent slinging mud, your reviews can help others decide whether The War Party is worth attending, and your ratings help us help you find future Fringe and off-Fringe performances
Andrew Andrews attended The War Party at FringeHUB in Manhattan on Sunday, October 14, 2018 @ 4:00pm to write this review.
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