by Jim Murchison
While Verger’s storytelling is quite good, there is no added theatrical essence to it. It is exactly an unadulterated story first hand from Ishmael and very faithful to Melville. Maybe 10 or 11 people stopped by to listen. That is likely because there is so much to choose from at the Fringe that people are looking for something innovative or different and this is storytelling with no bells although there is a whistle.
Moby Dick runs until June 29