October 15, 2010 by Post Team
Spooky World, “The Deep Throat Sex Scandal”, the off-Broadway production of the former “SpookyWorld” impresario Dave Bertolino, open to the opinions of less-than-stellar weekend with the New York Times [NYT] asks if ” theatergoers were worthless “by the stupid” … dramaturgical mess.”
“The game makes no discernible point of view, no contemporary perspective beyond an allusion Viagra a wink and a coda of self-congratulation, and no social context that could not be gleaned at a fast typing Wiki, “the Times critic David Rooney show at the 45 Bleecker Theater in New York.
Um, ouch! And the New York Post said the game “difficult to swallow” because of its “cartoonish approach.”
But that did not stop Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz, who met in the Big Apple to see firsthand the game Friday night. Dersha, as you may know, represented the defense in the legal battle that followed more than 1972 pom* movie “Deep Throat” starring Linda Lovelace and Harry Reems.
The play tells the story of hearing on banning the film, which was made for and 25,000 and went on to gross over 600 million and is credited with bringing pom* films out of the sphere of PERV in raincoats and popular culture.
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