One Man Show: A Duet

comedy · oxymoron masterpiece theatre · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States

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KEN WERTHER certified reviewer June 14, 2013
What a fun and unique idea. So well written and executed. Clever. Lots of imagination. The hour went by in what seemed like 20 minutes. TJ and Mark are ridiculously talented; Joe's direction is sharp and fresh. Highly recommended.... full review
DAN JOHNSON certified reviewer June 27, 2013
A fast and funny night of theater. The show is fun and silly without being stupid or resorting to cheap laughs. Mark and TJ give engaging and likeable performances and seem game for anything. Their energy and chemistry is among the best I've see at the Fringe. My one quibble with the show is that it does not really seem to be about its premise. The two characters talk about Tim as if he is a separate entity, and the show doesn't seem to remember that the two narrators are actually the same person, who is actually Tim. Regardless, the show is funny, well-written, and a lot of fun. Highly recommended.... full review
BOB LEGGETT examiner.com certified reviewer June 16, 2013
Ah, the irony - how could a one man show be a duet? Obvious - you portray the character's story from the point of view of the left brain and the right brain. Very novel idea, and they pulled it off in spades! This show was witty, fun, warm and thought-provoking as our main character Tim tells his life story through the "eyes" of the two sides of his brain. Well done and most deserving of your support - see this show!... full review
IAN FEDERGREEN certified reviewer June 14, 2013
I did not find this show funny. At all. http://fringeblog.webs.com/... full review