July 7, 2015


Fringe Show Reviews

Slaves of Starbucks

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From the Fringe program:

Director: Christopher Caines

Cast: Peter Aterman

Aztec priests on Wall Street, Microsoft in the Vatican and pop stars who mistake Andrew Lloyd Webber for Hitler - who knew the 20th century would have been such a scream? Slaves of Starbucks is a dazzling satire that serves up a savagely hilarious view of the decline of Europe and the rise of America.

Winner of five awards internationally.

"Jet-black comedy…ideas as resonant as dreams" - The Guardian

"Hysterical, wickedly funny…absolute genius" - The Scotsman

"Deadly dark satire at its best" - The List

Audience Classification: General

Length: 75 mins

Warnings: None

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Updated on Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 1:44 PM CDT: adds review

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