Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Friday night

Looks like a great show this weekend. Bret McCabe writes in the City Paper that:
Ric Royer recognizes that the there is no better costume than that of the average American white guy, from whom 1) casual American society expects absolutely nothing and 2) casual American society lets get away with anything. And when such a man gets onstage and starts talking in a everyday, mellifluous voice, you pay attention, only so far as you want to know what you're about to ignore.

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