Solo Show · coffey · Ages 15+ · 1hr · United States of America

Content Warning one person show
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FRANK FORTE certified reviewer June 09, 2024
tagged as: serious · drama · dark
Joe Coffey is amazing in this tale of family, strife, poverty, loss and redemption. Joe flawlessley snaps between three characters Jim (Whitey) Bulger, Bill Bulger and the Bulger father as we get a glimpse into the brothers youth, teen years and adolescense. We witness the battle between good and evil from the inside as a family is torn apart by a wild and violent persona who was a bad seed from the beginning. Jim (Whitey) Bulger: Son, Brother, Gangster, Monster.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 09, 2024
tagged as: Range · powerful · Raw
Holy Smoke! The way he switched from one character to the next was insane. This guy is either legit schizophrenic or one hell of an actor! ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 09, 2024
tagged as: dramatic · human · Beautiful · intense
FANTASTIC!! Beautiful story and the perfomance was outstanding. You don't want to miss this! Joe DELIVERS a wide range of characters and emotions in this one man play. Bravooo!... full review
LOREE GOLD certified reviewer June 10, 2024
INTENSE! PASSIONATE! A must-see powerful piece of work. Watching Joe Coffey is like taking a Master Class in Acting. The audience was captivated from beginning to end. Tight script. Amazing storytelling. Seamlessly transitioning to the different characters. This show will stay with you & will cause you to highly recommend it and will also cause you to want to learn more about Whitey Bulger and his family. Joe Coffey should definitely be a full-time working actor!!!!... full review
ELIZABETH J. MUSGRAVE certified reviewer June 10, 2024
Great show. Joe Coffey is such a talent. His intensity and choices are at another level. I appreciate what he brought to this story. This piece really showcased his skills as both storyteller and actor. A true talent.... full review