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Coffee Tea or Me

comedy · the adventures of les kurkendaal · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America

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SETH CUTLER certified reviewer June 21, 2015
We loved this show. So well written, and performed. The two stories from both actors Les and Marlene complemented each other as did the performance and style. The time flew by so fast. I felt like I went on both of their journeys with them. Really glad we made it to this! ... full review
CYANNE MCCLAIRIAN certified reviewer June 19, 2015
I LOVE walking into a theatre having no idea what to expect, but knowing I am in good hands. In this case -- GREAT hands! Les & Marlene work so seamlessly together that time just flies. I found myself intrigued right from the start in eager anticipation as we were taken on this fun, eventful road trip. YAYY! ... full review
LESLEY ASISTIO certified reviewer June 21, 2015
Great storytelling. The messages that the show had to give and the lessons learned by the performers were gifts that I was able to walk away with. Very good job!... full review
CHRISTOPHER PIEHLER certified reviewer June 22, 2015
tagged as: funny · German · Fringey
A very funny show! Les and Marlene's interwoven stories were amusing and entertaining in different ways: Les is more of a wry observer of life, whereas Marlene's stories came to life because of her accents and physical embodiment of characters including a Texan actor and her German mother. Check it out if you can!... full review
DAVE EGAN certified reviewer June 27, 2015
This was a well-written, well acted, and extremely enjoyable and stimulating play. Both men were on their A game: we had never seen either actor perform previously, and it was truly a treat watching them both take these two difficult personalities and make them their own. Dennis Neal's embodiment of Scatman Crothers was uncanny, and he brings a warm and heartfelt performance that will stay with you for a long time. Rob Locke presented us with a self-robot... full review
SHELLEY MARTIN certified reviewer June 27, 2015
tagged as: hilarious · funny · touching · amazing · Fantastic · Wonderful · great
Coffee, Tea or Me was better than I could have hoped or imagined. It was so much fun, artfully weaving two story tellers and many different stories together. It was fast paced, hilarious and touching, it left me light on my feet floating out of the theatre saying my god that was great.... full review