Monday, December 12, 2016
In a world of recycled plot lines and rehashed tropes, theatre can often be predictable and trite. When a piece destroys any and all preconceived expectations and does so with grace, hilarity, and well-executed darkness, it is safe to say the piece is a work of art worth celebrating. And that is exactly the gift Anything You Can Hear and Only Half of What You See offers the viewer.
This Quentin Tarantino-style black comedy is written by Arizona native playwright and actor Ron Hunting, and runs through December 10 at Stray Cat Theatre for its world premiere. Anything You Hear and Only Half of What You See is a dark, yet hilarious delight, driven by plot twist and turns that leaves the viewer engaged throughout its entirety.