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    Kirk Nurock: "Extraordinary!!! An hysterically psycho-camp, gender-twisting cyberdelic opera. Shades of Ludlam, Warhol, of Rocky Horror Picture Show, and perhaps a drop of John Waters, all twisted-perverse in a sumptuous visual palette and an only-today's-generation grasp of the creative possibilities of youtube. The parodistic lyrics are a laugh-out-loud joy, and the martian-processed voices a musical comedy unto themselves. The young cast find fun and nuance in the mockingly-graceful, especially the faux glow of the sultry Cinderella and the charmingly deadpan Prince. If that weren't enough, Felix Bernstein whose vision the whole thing is - who likely wrote/directed/designed/edited every tiny detail of the tightly-paced work - also plays the Step Mother. His onscreen presence "eats the scenery," his audacious tranny-protagonist part Marie Antoinette, part Hermione Gingold. Moreover, the work shows unfathomable precocity - its auteur a mere 17 years old! Tell everyone you know to watch this thing. It's a total treat!!!"

    Mira Schor:
    "Quite amazing, John Waters and George Kuchar move over, Notes on Camp filtered through feminist theory + pop culture potpourri + critique of capatalism (and he's just starting college next month!). Felix is a fascinating performing: see for example "Impossible" towards the end of part 2."

    Felix Bernstein: "In my senior year of high-school, inspired by the Kuchar brothers and K. Gordon Murray, a bunch of my friends got together with me at my grandmother's house to re-open the space of kiddy-dress-up games, remake the Wonderful World of Dizzy's multiculturalized/campified Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella or as it's known among us kids: Brandy Cinderella, and revisit the traumas of our youth: our indoctrination into rigid archetypes, demeaning stereotypes, and happy Hollywood storylines: opening up the phony, corny, bathos of the high-school musical to idiosyncratic vision, perversity, satire, and critique...and we did it all in glorious, fabulous, rainbow color, and very HIGH definition!! enjoy!"
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