Let's Prank Call Each Other
Written & Performed by Zach Dorn
Zach Dorn - Pittsburgh, PA
V.5 - Son of Warehouse 
Friedrich Nietzsche leads a gaggle of beauty queens in a riot within a budget hotel room; a man avenges the death of his Brussels Griffon on the streets of Nagoya, Japan; and a puppeteer attempts to resurrect the art of prank calling.

These stories create the surreal and fast-paced live-action comic book Let’s Prank Call Each Other.

Puppeteer Zach Dorn narrates these original tales as digital cameras are manipulated through cardboard streets and overhead projectors illuminate silhouettes.

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $10


Parental Guidance
Warnings: Mild Language, Sexual Content
Thu July 19 5:15 PM
Fri July 20 10:30 PM
Sun July 22 3:30 PM
Mon July 23 8:45 PM
Wed July 25 2:00 PM
Thu July 26 7:15 PM
Sat July 28 12:15 PM
Sun July 29 3:30 PM

Let’s Prank Call Each Other

Zach Dorn—Son of Warehouse

With multiple streams of media for his puppetry, the set looks like a deck at NORAD, rather than a stage at Fringe. With some many modes, I wondered how he’s going to be able to navigate through them all to deliver a smooth and refined package.

He couldn’t.

The presentation looks fractured at multiple points, leaving the collective un-cogent. There is great potential here for a visually stunning show but he’s too ambitious in what he can juggle. There’s no discernable plot to the story, leaving a miscellany of video technology.

Ray Yuen