Robert Dubac's Solo Show Free Range Thinking at The Marsh
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The last date listed for Free Range Thinking was Saturday April 9, 2011 / 5:00pm.
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Don Reed's East 14th: True Tales of a Reluctant Player returns to The Marsh Berkeley. This hilarious and poignant solo show tells the autobiographical story of Reed's boyhood in 1970s Oakland. He grew up there torn between his strict, churchgoing mother's upbringing and his admiration for his enigmatic father -- who happened to be a pimp. An off-Broadway hit, East 14th was nominated for two 2008 NAACP Theatre Awards. Reed has performed, written and directed in film, television and theater across the country and was the longtime opening act/warm-up comedian for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Learn More
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- "Chock Full of Wonderful Laughter, Joyful Surprises, and Unexpected Applause-Break Moments… A Master!" --<em>The Huffington Post</em>
- "High-concept comedy that is provocative and smart… An erudite comic trek… Razor-sharp!" --The Denver Post
“Hilarious,” “Intelligent,” “Provocative,” and “Scorching,” all describe Robert Dubac’s new solo show Free Range Thinking. Combining theater with stand-up Dubac buckles us up for a fast paced joy ride over the pot-holed highways of cultural hypocrisy. Riding shotgun with intelligence and absurdity he crashes head first into the barriers of politics, religion and the media. And he’s not alone. With mesmerizing ease, he portrays multiple characters who all take turns beating the hornets nest of hype and spin with the big stick of knowledge. It may be offensive to some but there’s laughter for all.
If you like your satire served up with a clever intelligent edge; if you want to hear a voice that speaks as though it originated from inside of your own frustrated head; if you are tired of adolescent comedy generated by the mediocrity of television; don’t miss Robert Dubac’s Free Range Thinking.
It’s comedy on steroids. Think your funny bone can handle it?