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Saturday, August 6, 2016 07:20:32 PM
Bad Rabbit Review
by: Ezekiel McAdams

Bad Rabbit Review

By Ezekiel McAdams

                Bad Rabbit comes from Christache Plays from Vancouver and delivers a live theatre spectacle that you won't soon forget.

                Performer, Chris Ross, plays Rabbit who has to help God judge what goes in the good bag or bad bag. The plot is meaningless as the show is anchored by Ross's strong stage presence  who despite technical foibles that marred the production is able to carry the show and make it fun, engaging, charming and laugh out loud funny.

                Ross has a gift with his quick ability to improv and play with the audience that if you didn't know better would think it comes from rehearsed material.

                Special mention goes out to Ross who technical issues when I reviewed the show, Ross handled the glitches like a pro adding humor and levity to what could have been a stressful experience.

                Ross is the reason to see the show. While it is experimental theatre mixed with  improv, every show is different but you won't be disappointed.

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