Genius? Classic? Thank you, Flavorpill!

Genius? Classic? Thank you, Flavorpill!

God bless you, Flavorpill. This year's Pumpkin Pie Show is an editor's pick once again. Not only: John Peacock goes out of his way to say some pretty darn spectacular things about us and the show. Check this out: "Sick storytelling genius Clay McLeod Chapman's Pumpkin Pie Show returns to shock and bring laughter to its loyal fans. ...The best reason to see the show is the return of Hanna Cheek's drunken bridesmaid monologue, a comedic classic so expertly executed it needs to be experienced more than once."

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Our run is only one weekend, okay? This one's gonna be awfully randy. Better get your tickets now: http://bit.ly/OxY49H

September 17, 2012

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““birdfeeder” is a darkly poetic monologue... Chapman's prose is haunting, beautifully written, poignant, and elegiac... I cannot spoil the plot of the monologue without ruining any element of surprise. I can tell you that it's about a love between two people that transcends the body and is truly moving and disturbing. ”
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