Author: David Walters

Cardone’s Spook Show: The House of Ghostly Haunts

I say, “in his company,” as that’s exactly what it feels like.  He’s brought the audience together to share all these cool things that he likes and discovered through the course of his life and he wants to show us.  Were his living room big enough for the full audience of about 100, I’m sure Cardone would have preferred to have the show at his place.

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The last moment in the play, acted with a beautiful guttural rawness by Miss Channing, reflected that thought, emptiness being the loudest sound in this play.

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Monologues & Madness



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