Theatre review: Extinction Feast an inventive, experimental eco-play on climate anxiety

Andrew Marko narrates, sings, sobs and raps throughout Extinction Feast. PHOTO: THE THEATRE PRACTICE
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Extinction Feast
The Theatre Practice
Practice Space
Last Thursday, 8pm

There are similarities to Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s 2022 hit film Everything Everywhere All At Once in this inventive play, from moments of multi-universe madness down to its too-easy, feel-good ending.

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