Moe Bertran Stars in Hit Solo Show Love Scenes at Empire Stage
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The last date listed for Love Scenes was Sunday July 1, 2012 / 5:00pm.
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Christmas is great, but the pre-holiday period can be crazy. In The Santaland Diaries, comic writer David Sedaris captures the madness of the holiday shopping season. This one-man send-up of Sedaris' brief, misguided career as a Macy's elf delightfully skewers parents, children and holiday consumerism. The main character even pokes a bit of fun at his own cynicism. Jamie Morris reprises his role as Crumpet the Elf after receiving A+ reviews for his performances in Las Vegas. South Florida audiences will know Morris from his his award-winning comedy Mommie Queerest, in which he played mother-from-hell Joan Crawford; his send-up of the 1980s sitcom, The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode, where he embodied the daffy housemother Mrs. Garrett and The Silence of The Clams, his parody of the Oscar-winning film, tacklingthe creepy serial killer Hannibal Lecter. Learn More
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Quotes & Highlights
- "It’s a laugh-a-minute gallop through all sorts of gay relationships, each one getting its own monologue. To be sure, poignant points are scored, but it’s the zingers that linger." --Miami Herald Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/.../love-scenes-comedy-worth-the-wait.html#storylink=cpy" --Miami Herald
- “Bertran rips up the stage in the raw, real, controlled fury of Pumo’s Love Scenes.” –QX London
- “A mesmerizing tour de force full of black humor, action and raw emotion.” –BeyondChron.org
- “He’s eye candy, and he’ll break your heart if you listen to him.” –Next, NY
- “It’s vivid, touching, and infused with humor and insight: It's superb.” -NYTheatre.com
- “A well-honed piece of unexpected emotional depths and sharp humor.” -SF Bay Area Reporter
This show contains some nudity.
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