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    Subject: Unitard 2
    Date: Apr 3, 2002
    Sender: Frank CullenPrevious

    I share your reviewer's enthusiasm for this show and each of its performers. What I would like people to know is that this isn't a mere smear at all the gay world (and many straights) hold dear.
    Yet, despite knife-sharp skewering of our consumer culture and its me-centred and vacuous inhabitants, this is not one of those mean-spirited, smart-ass shows that leave you feeling you've been had or mugged. David Ilku, Nora Nurns and Mike Albo leave the cheap shots and easy targets for lesser talents. Each of the three performers has many talents: they move well, handle rapid-fire dialogue with aplomb, connect with their audiences and have us eating out of their hands, and could make it asstand-up comics alone but instead give us fully sketched performances. It is fast, funny and thoroughly professional.
    - Vaudeville Times

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