An investment banker with a maniacal streak, Patrick loves pop music, aerobic workouts, Dove bars and dissecting women. Born in a small Georgia town in to a church-organist mother and a father who ran a video store, Mr. Walker, 33, usually carries himself with a friendliness and ease. Timbers added. He hosts stand-up comedy nights when his schedule allows. A better dancer, too. He mentioned that he begins the show wearing only an eye mask and a pair of tighty whities. Walker has. Walker said. He said he had a few more weeks to achieve the look.
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Bret Easton Ellis looked uneasy. He shifted in his seat and looked around at the crowd, then leaned back and sighed. Ellis, who had recently flown in from Los Angeles, seemed to be having doubts about the whole endeavor. Before heading to the performance, he had a panicked conversation with his boyfriend. How do you turn a wildly transgressive, experimental novel about a slick Wall Street investment banker-turned serial killer into a mainstream Broadway musical? Ellis found out soon enough. The theater lights went down, and the ominous, drone-like music playing in the background got louder, building up to a piercing scream as the stage filled with smoke. Buff and wearing nothing but tighty whities, Mr. Walker preened and strutted and described his elaborate grooming rituals, drawing bursts of laughter.
Collectively, how many hours of gym time per week does the incredibly buff cast embody? And before they set foot onstage each night, are they required to pass a body mass index test? Its conflicts of intention cancel one another out, leaving you numb. In the succeeding decades, it has come to be widely regarded as a bold and anguished satire of the dehumanizing, consumerist s, less disgusting than morally disgusted.
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