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4 Star Starred
The Southern Theater
Next to the Holiday Inn 1420 Washington Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55454
612-340-0155
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Website

http://www.tripleespresso.com

Quotes & Highlights

“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 _

Description

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.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Daniel Group, LLC

The mission of the Daniel Group, LLC is to provide good, wholesome, top-quality, professional theater and other entertainment productions that positively impact audiences.
It’s currently producing three unique theatrical properties, each one at a different stage of development:

To Begin With, a one-man play based on the little known book by Charles Dickens, The Life of Our Lord, is continuing script development after staged readings in Minneapolis and London, and beginning the design process for full staging.

Mr. Wonder Boy, a warm, funny one-man show by author/actor Bob Stromberg, has been produced in 3 cities.

Triple Espresso a highly caffeinated comedy has brought laughter to over 2 million people in 6 countries, and has countless opportunities still ahead.

The Daniel Group also manages the Music Box Theatre, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and has a vision to one day renovate the theater and make it into a training as well as performing location—a hands-on performing arts academy.