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Posted at Sep 4, 2014 by MG

‘Destiny, Deviltry & Dentistry’ sometimes deliriously daft, sometimes dumb »

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My determined decision as to dumbest and dorkiest description of a drama during the decade? Doug Jarecki and Jason Powell’s “Destiny, Deviltry & Dentistry," unfolding on a lightly dressed Alchemist Theatre stage, dominated by three D’s dwarfing the downstage actors, who are directed by Katie Cummings.

The deliciously daft title is deliberate, as Jarecki and Powell make clear when introducing the seven comic sketches to come, describing them as plot-deficient and devoid of developed characters. Accompanied by Powell’s guitar, the duo sing a song demanding we “surrender to the idiocy" awaiting us.

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