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Walmartopia Worth Seeing - Playing in New York

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Catherine Capellaro and Andrew Rohn's hilarious off-Broadway musical at the Minetta Lane Theatre is worth checking out if you are close to New York.


Taking aim at America's largest employer, Wal-Mart, among America's worst places to work, Walmartopia is the perfect entertainment anecdote to living during Bush's tenure as a**hole-in-chief serving the corporate elite and the evangelical ignoranti. 


Capellaro and Rohn pull no punches, but manage to create a funny, schdenfraude-like experience, as America as our parents knew it begins its accelerated descent down the tubes of history.

I think it was Gandhi who said: If we can't laugh, we can't take down the government and behead every benighted f*ck deserving to be killed.

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Michael Leon is a writer living in Madison, Wisconsin. His writing has appeared nationally in The Progressive, In These Times, and CounterPunch. He can be reached at maleon64@yahoo.com.

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