Anger, Sarah Palin, and Whiskey — Indefinite Articles: A Libertarian Rage
By Natasha Lewin
As if the high-taxed, low-income, over-gunned, under-educated people of America weren’t already at their own personal tipping point, Phillip Andrew Bennett Low has hit a new nail on the political coffin with his one-man show Indefinite Articles: A Libertarian Rage.
One part poetic outrage, two parts constitutional satire, and one snifter of Jameson equates to a proverbial dislike of current affairs in Low’s own zealous State of the Union Address. It’s a satire soiree for those who follow government ineptitude from every party: A saturation of stupidity all around.
Using a well-blended mix of personal theory, patriotic pop hits, religious reenactment, and a seduction story starring the former Governor of Alaska who believes in the divided States of America, Low reaches new heights in flag-waving rights.
Since sometimes it’s best to laugh before you cry, Low can help aid that process. Phillip Andrew Bennett Low’s Indefinite Articles: A Libertarian Rage provides a healthy blend of outrage and amusement. Just like the Hulk on a bad day, Low is an angry man, and makes a damn good point showing why we should be too. American political system — SMASH!
Indefinite Articles: A Libertarian Rage runs through June 27th for this year’s Hollywood Fringe Festival. Dates: June 19th at 7pm; June 21st at 2:30pm; June 22nd at 8:30pm; and June 27th at 11:30pm. Indefinite Articles plays at Theater Asylum’s Elephant Studio at 1078 Lillian Way Los Angeles, CA 90038. Tickets are $10, running time is 55 minutes. To purchase tickets go to www.hollywoodfringe.org.