The Hermitude of Angus, Ecstatic
Absurdist comedy that starts well but quickly deteriorates
This article is from 2011.
Shambling onstage like a demented Where’s Wally?, early signs seem promising for this rubbery performer. An absurdist narrated life story plods from one chapter to the next (in no particular order), carrying Angus’ near-wordless adventures. But, like a charmless Mr Bean, this is an intensely irritating character, prone to screeching and humping chocolate cake.
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