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The Antelope Party
Off Off Bway, Dutch Kills at the Wild Project

Reviewed by Adrienne Urbanski

BOTTOM LINE: Although it sometimes eschews character development in favor of politics, The Antelope Party is thoroughly compelling with strong performances and innovative set design.

The Antelope Party opens with a small group of devoted My Little Pony fans (Bronies or Pegasisters, depending on gender) who gather while brightly costumed as their favorite characters from the animated series. The group members use the fantasy world created through this role-playing game to escape the dullness of their small Rust Belt Pennsylvania town, one where the majority of citizens lean politically to the right...

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