No Parole

Theater, Drama
1 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Carlo D'Amore plays all the roles in an autobiographical solo show about his con-artist mother. After test runs at the All for One Theater Festival and out of town, the show now sets up at Hartley House, directed by Broadway showman Colman Domingo for Live in Theater.


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This performance makes for a rather unpleasant and uncomfortable experience. Mostly because the author/performer seemingly is more interested in shoving his ultimately uninteresting unenlightning point of view down the throat of unsuspecting audience. First half of narcistisstic "blue-blood" mockery of Peruvian childhood is just squirming to watch, and then it is downhill from there on. The longest hour of hysterical tedium at a very close proximity! What a terrible piece of indulgent, totally delusional "theater". And double it with reverse racism, ridiculous social commentary and your masochistic pseudo-cultural evening is complete.  Do not waste your money or more importanly time. You won't get it back!