A NEAR-RIOT marred the premiere of Irving Vanderblock-Wheedle’s new experimental drama Exeunt Omnes last night, as hundreds of disgruntled patrons demanded their money back. According to one ticket-holder, as soon as the curtain rose, all the actors walked off stage and never came back. In an email exchange, Mr. Vanderblock-Wheedle said that his play is a witty and ironic commentary on modern society’s demand for incessant entertainment, and as such was worth every penny of the ticket price.

Published in: on August 17, 2012 at 10:07 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. The next step would be a play consisting of exists and entrances.

  2. Nice freudian typo. A play consisting of nonexists would be an interesting surrealist take on theater conventions.

  3. Why even go to the theatre? Could not a performance consist of a number of isolated individuals considering, then rejecting, a visit to the theatre?

  4. Martin,

    Why all the focus on freudian typoes when jungian typoes are so much more fun?

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