Guts and Glory: An Evening With Anthony Bourdain and Roy Choi
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Guts yes. Glory? With all due respect this sparsely attended "show" was probably not right for Hollywood. We live among celebrities. Don't need to pay good money to see Anthony Bourdain and restaurant owner Choi (who's book he is publishing/ promoting) "shoot the breeze" for two hours. I recently attended Paleyfest where artists who are doing well for themselves decided to spend time with their fans for a small donation to the arts. Hard to believe we paid more to see Bourdain's symposium than our last one with Ryan Murphy, Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates and the stars of American Horror Story. Maybe his "show" will play better in Peoria, Hope Bourdain will respect my honesty, as we respect his. Thank you Goldstar for the half price tickets. Couldn't imagine having paid full price for this.
This show is recommended for those age 13 or older.
This show's running time is two hours with no intermission.