Written in the mannered Restoration style of the period, the pastiche gets carried away by its own cleverness.
Given the current state of the world, it seems a propitious moment to attend to the master's doom-laden voice once again.
The truth may be out there, but not even Fox Mulder can make a convincing case for it in Neil LaBute's weird play, "The Break of Noon."
An excellent cast does well by this import, which makes a nice fit in the "Brits Off Broadway" fest.
Show isn't the play it threatens to be -- until it turns around and becomes exactly that kind of play.
The Fringe Festival usually throws up a couple of shows you can bank on, and "Devil Boys From Beyond" performs that service here.
If there's one thing more fun than a haunted house, it's a haunted theater, especially in a venue as authentically creepy as the decrepit Players Theater in Greenwich Village.
A provocative but egregiously overwritten piece about life and death and the monumental struggle to get through the day without killing yourself.