Triple Espresso: The Zany Hit Comedy
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The last date listed for Triple Espresso was Thursday December 8, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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From the writer/director/producer of the smash hit The Marvelous Wonderettes comes this 1960s musical comedy follow-up. The doo-wop quartet called The Crooning Crabcakes -- the boy group once banned from the Springfield High School prom in favor of the Wonderettes -- sets out to finally find their own path to the top of the charts by entering a radio talent contest. This family-friendly show features plenty of fun banter, along with such classic songs as "Stay (Just a Little Bit Longer)," "Runaround Sue," "The Great Pretender," "Tears On My Pillow," "Unchained Melody," "Earth Angel" and more. Learn More
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Featured review from David Zerr
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Side splitting funny! I sometimes started tearing up I was laughing so hard. My 11 year old daughter had a great time, especially with the gorilla skit! Don’t miss it, even if you saw it last time around. The piano playing, the magic acts and the shadow figures were all incredible! A cavalcade of comedy!
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“A triple jolt of inspired craziness… crackles with an energy and spirit of infectious fun.” -Los Angeles Times
“This is entertainment as it oughta be - slick, silly and joyful." -_-London Metro _
Triple Espresso tells the story of three guys whose bid for showbiz fame and fortune ended in 4 minutes of magnificent failure on national television. Hugh Butternut, Buzz Maxwell, and Bobby Bean tell their rags-to-rags story earnestly, with hysterical results. Butternut is a musician, a vulnerable soul with a lounge lizard smile; Maxwell is an uncertain magician with an attitude; and Bean is an irrepressible, all-over-the-map entertainer with big dreams. The laughter is infectious and the comedy appeals to everyone from first graders to college students to baby-boomers to grandparents.