Suffering from a Blue York state of mind? Brian Parks's smart-assed bagatelle of five satirical sketches will take the sting out of our being ostracized. In a mere 65 minutes, he manages to skewer everything from the holy family's values to the ownership society, giving you the same warm, fuzzy feeling that comes, say, with news that Dick Cheney's had another bout of shortness of breath. And while some of Parks's comic salvos land wide of their mark, director Paul Urcioli and a nimble cast move fast enough to avoid being hit by... More >>>