Comedian Richard Lewis: Curb Your Enthusiasm Star, TV Favorite
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The last date listed for Comedian Richard Lewis was Saturday August 20, 2011 / 9:45pm.
Currently at Synetic Theater at Crystal City:
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- $50.00 - $55.00
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- $22.50 - $30.25
The acclaimed Synetic Theater has stunned and impressed audiences and critics alike with their wordless productions of Shakespeare's works, which include the award-winning Hamlet, Othello, Romeo and Juliet and others. Now an intriguing Twelfth Night, this one set in the 1920s, joins their "Silent Shakespeare" repertoire. Synetic co-founders Paata and Irina Tsikurishvili direct and star in the Bard's beloved comic tale. Twelfth Night tells the tale of fraternal twins Viola and Sebastian, separated in a strange new land. Having survived a shipwreck and believing her brother Sebastian has been lost, Viola falls hopelessly in love with Duke Orsino and disguises herself as a man to enter his world so she can be near him. A mix of comedy, tragedy and biting social commentary, this unique production is not to be missed. Learn More
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I wasn't too familiar with who richard lewis was (I dont watch curb your enthusiasm), so my opinion is based on just viewing him as a comic in general. He was a bit sporadic. Would interrupt himself mid-thought. Didn't really have jokes/funny stories, it was more of just a review of his life: "...as you can see, I don't really have an act...". He repeated himself quite a bit about being a drug addict. Overall I didnt think he was that funny. It was hard to keep up with what he was saying b/c he was all over the place. I felt more confused than entertained but it did have its moments.
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Doing free-form comic improvisations off his neurotic themes, the 64 year old Lewis was still the frenetic comedian of yore, but able to turn even his new found personal contentment in marriage and sobriety into a rich vein of humor....
About the Ticket Supplier: Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse
The Drafthouse is a historic 1930s art deco theater that has been converted into a comfortable unique restaurant/theater with comfortable chairs and table side service. They offer a full restaurant menu including appetizers, salads, entrees, desserts and, of course, popcorn. In addition to great food, they offer a full service bar including beer, wine and mixed drinks.