I Love to Eat: One-Man Bio Play of James Beard, TV's First Chef
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The last date listed for I Love to Eat was Sunday November 4, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Beard's life had to consist largely of creating, testing, and writing recipes, and yet this aspect of his life is almost totally ignored in the production. The acting is superb; the sets, lighting and special effects are also terrific. But Beard's life story ends abruptly in this production, without much narrative justification, and just as the going is getting good.
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A very well acted view into the personality of James Beard, the first great American chef. The play could be constructed a bit better, but nonetheless it is well worth seeing. Personal and funny scenes give you a glimpse of both Beard's humor...continued
This show is recommended for those age 15 and older.
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