Bright Colors and Bold Patterns

Theater, Comedy
4 out of 5 stars
4 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

The hilarious Jeff Hiller currently stars in Drew Droege's lovingly brutal portrait of an outrageous and increasingly intoxicated gay man—a spiny puffer, inflated with prickly defenses—at a sanitized same-sex wedding. Michael Urie (Ugly Betty) directs the NYC production, which is now on its second encore run. If you are now or have ever been a gay man, see this show. Note: Droege returns on April 5 for the final few performances of the run. Read the full original review.


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Even though the show is just 90 minutes, this show is incredibly insightful and should jump to the top of your must-see list. Drew Droege is AMAZING and brings the entire stage to life. (You can almost see the other characters because his reactions to them are so strong and true.) Though the show is a portrayal of gay culture and where the main character fits into it, it's also an emotional portrayal of someone struggling with loneliness. Definitely a must see.

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