The show opened with comedian Basil Faraj doing a short set. I was literally laughing out loud which I don’’t do often. Looking forward to hearing more from him.
Martin Morrow’s stories of sexual addiction was unexpected. Not a topic that one usually talks about in mixed company, I give Martin credit for being open and frank with his discussion.
Jervis Cottonbelly finished the show with an emotionally raw storytelling of depression. As someone recently diagnosed with mild depression, this was a cathartic experience that helped bring me out of a depressive bout.
What I didn't like
I can’t think of anything that didn’t work or needs to be improved. If you’re looking for a powerful 3 man show, this is the show you should see.
My overall impression
I didn’t really know what to expect from this show. I went as a fan of “Gentleman” Jervis Cottonbelly and wanting to hear his story about his recent battle with depression. What I got was an hour of honesty and entertaining stories and comedy.