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The Yale Cabaret's Fit for Fall, with an Ensemble Collection
This year’s leadership of the Yale Cabaret got off to a remarkable, rapid-paced and radical start with a surehanded original adaptation of Mikhail Bulgakov’s social satire The Fatal Eggs. Akilter and wacky yet keenly focused on its central message (don’t destroy the world with greed and impatience, please), The Fatal Eggs (directed by Dustin Wills, who co-wrought the script with Ilya Khodosh) was a signal of the sort of intense collaborations we can expect from the Yale Cabaret this season.
By Christopher Arnott
October 4, 2012