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Perpetual Wednesday Review
by: Ezekiel McAdams

Perpetual Wednesday Review

By Ezekiel McAdams

                Perpetual Wednesday is a madcap magician show from White Collar Crimes Theatre from Portland, Oregon.

                Written and performed by Jacob Trillo and Anthony Arnista , the play follows two magicians Walter and Bruce trying to convince the audience and themselves that they did not commit a murder.

                Perpetual Wednesday is a treat, tightly directed and featuring strong characters portrayals from Trillo and Arnista, the play breezes along nicely in its 60 min running time with ease.

                Trillo's performance as a sleazy, confident neurotic magician is a scene stealer and award worthy while Arnisto is perfect as the meek, excitable assistant that  can't help himself.

                The play is funny, charming, dark and full of mystery all at7 the same time.

                Trillo and Arnista are the reason to see the show. Their chemistry and dynamic is so fun, that you could stay and watch them banter for hours.

                Perpetual Wednsday is a delicious fringe treat and not to be missed.

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