Idle Muse Theatre presents the Chicago premiere of Lonesome Hollow. In the near future, the U.S. has found an effective way to punish sex offenders. They become the residents in their own isolated town. These towns are governed by a private company. The company has authority to enforce order and normalcy without interference. The town of Lonesome Hollow has become one of these new finagled prisons to keep children safe and offenders contained. Nye is a child molester. Tuck is a photographer. Nye likes pictures of naked kids. Tuck takes pictures of nudes. They both have been sentenced to Lonesome Hollow. Where is the justice? Lonesome Hollow is the end destination for modern day witch hunts. Read the rest of my review at Chicago Theater Beat.
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