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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Killer Quack’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) James Judd’s Killer Quack is one of those rare moments in the theatre that moves the audience along the spectrum of emotion. For fifty-five minutes, Judd walks an emotional tightrope, with moments when the audience believes he’ll fall into melancholy, or humor, but he never settles in an emotion. The […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘Killer Quack’ by James Judd

“It’s all about risk,” explained Judd over a cup of coffee in his tiny but charming pied-a-terre in Manhattan. “I am addicted to taking certain kinds of risks. Usually this plays out with my fascination with touching sharks or trekking the Arctic in search of polar bears. I’ve never been able to afford therapy and I […]

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