The Audaspians, Audacity College's unofficial acting group, held their first ever performance over the weekend. The play of choice was The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, which, after much thought, our drama critic determined was a meta-narritive about a young, aspiring actor named Ollie who is desperately trying to pad his resume. In the story, Ollie is a very good actor, but because he doesn't have much experiance, he gets only a relatively small part in a well-performed but poorly written play: the titular Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon. The play-within-a-play, which takes up the entire play, is a cheap knock-off of the wildly successful The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) full of broken dialouge and attempts to connect plots that should really have remained seperate. Also, there was something about 'crab people' who will definately never be mentioned again. The play was, on the whole, sickeningly family-friendly, somehow including no referances to cannibalism, talking sausages, human-hedgehog hybrids, more talking sausages, or antisemitism. However, despite the lack of nightmare fuel, the play still managed to be entertaining, thanks to a cast that included many excellant actors and also Steve Davies. In the end, all the other actors get sick from food poisoning and Ollie becomes the star, performing every role in the final act. But what became of the... CRAB PEOPLE!