Delivery of fringe flavour a welcome winter reprieve
daughter, as well as some interpretive dance. On this score, Hayduk is no frail, precision-timed ballerina; her movement is aggressive, joyful and even comic.
Indeed, her presence and sheer charisma go a long way in honeying over the play’s somewhat ragged blend of grim reality and poetic fancy.
Fraz Wiest’s Fraz vs. the Future is a work not substantively changed from the version he performed at the 2014 fringe festival.
For the most part, it doesn’t need changing. Wiest starts strongly with a comic tweak on The Terminator. He has arrived from the future, like Kyle Reese suffering a panic attack, to warn us of the dangers that lie ahead, starting with the sad inevitability that, a few years hence, we would all rather use the handicapped button to open doors rather than just opening the doors ourselves.
This is all an appetizer for the main course, in which Fraz must defend himself from a trinity of future overlords against the charge that he
Fraz Wiest takes on evil overlords
in Fraz vs. the Future.
Sydney Hayduk holds health key
in Village Ax.