A KILLING GAME Review

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CFF_A Killing GameA KILLING GAME presented by Dog & Pony DC as part of the 2013 Cincinnati Fringe Festival. You can read the show description here.

It’s all sunshine and lollipops until someone coughs…

Where some shows require volunteers from the audience, consider yourself volunteered the moment you purchase your ticket to A KILLING GAME.

As you arrive, each audience member is given a unique pack of six game cards. These will be used to guide you through the audience participation sections. (You may want to arrive early enough to look over the cards before the show starts.) Smart phones are welcome and encouraged, as during one round, you’ll be able to call-in, text and tweet news to the cast.

The show is zany fun with tongues firmly planted in cheek, led by a talented color-coded ensemble. The more the audience embraces the participation, the more momentum the show gains. Opening night, they took an audience of strangers and turned them into four packs (BLUE MOON ‘OOOWWWLLL!!!) competing to survive in a world gone mad.

Grab a couple of friends, a couple of cocktails, let your hair down, and die like no one is watching. It makes for a fun and truly memorable experience.

Click here for a complete list of show times, local media coverage and other reviews for A KILLING GAME.

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