- 21 August 2006
This article is from 2006.
In more than capable hands, Brian Dykstra’s rapidfire script never misses a beat. Unafraid to ask difficult questions, he probes the sleazy, double crossing world of corporate America. Superbly punctuated with slam poetry, this production illuminates some shocking truths about large businesses literally buying the right to pollute.
Their message is clear; the polar points of knowledge and action are miles apart, and it’s the gas guzzling plastic addicts who put a warmongering government in office who hold the ultimate responsibility. (Eddie Thornton)
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