Can You Dig It? -- Comedic Solo Show by Don Reed (The Tonight Show)
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The last date listed for Don Reed's Can You Dig It? was Sunday September 8, 2013 / 7:00pm.
Currently at The Marsh San Francisco MainStage Theater
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Featured review from Theatre FanRed Velvet
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Don Reed just may be a performing genius - he can dance, act, sing, do impressions, make crazy faces and write. Sadly, he cannot edit. Hence the 4 instead of 5 star rating. The show is too long. When intermission came at the hour mark, I'd had enough, an enjoyable enough, but still enough. The second act was 45 minutes. I'd much rather leave a show wishing it had been longer rather than resenting its length.
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This was a lot of fun. Don is very entertaining. Most of the stories are very funny. His facial expressions and impressions are wonderful. It is still a work in progress but I am pretty certain it will be just as good as East 14th street or...continued
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Running time is 110 minutes, with one intermission.
This show contains mature themes and language. You must be 17 or older to attend.
Don Reed has performed all over the country and opened for Tony Award winner Tommy Tune. You may have heard his voice on: Spiderman_, Johnny Quest_, Captain Planet, The Voice_, Law & Order_ or SNL. Reed has created promos for The Voice, The Golden Globes, The Academy Awards, MLB, Chapellle’s Show, Tyler Perry Films and the Olympics. Additionally, Don has written, directed, produced and starred in the HBO Shorts – Lucky: The Irish Pimp and Pookie Watson: Hood Detective. He has written and starred in work for Oprah Winfrey’s OWN and developed screenplays for Spike Lee’s 40 Acres and a Mule and Maverick Filmworks.
Reed is currently the opening act/warm-up comedian for The Tonight Show With Jay Leno_ and is a boardmember of the thriving 51Oakland foundation, keeping music and the arts alive in Oakland Public Schools.