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Bad Connections? (Thom Fogarty) 2012 Toronto Fringe Review

Stop. Look. Listen. I almost feel like I should thank Bad Connections? for reminding me to do this in my daily life. This solo show by New York playwright Michael Levesque is all about stopping and listening, to avoid the miscommunications that we all experience.

Paul Cosentino plays nine interrelated characters, from a new-age guru to a pregnant woman to a 4-year old boy, all dealing with a variety of personal issues. The play starts out as a series of monologues, but really picks up the pace in the second half when the characters interact and Cosentino is playing two-handers opposite himself.

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