Venue Details

18 Star Starred
The Duplex
at 7th Ave 61 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
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3.8 / 5 Rated by 5 members
Review from Lxfan
29 events 20 reviews

Cannot say enough great things about this show - it was fantastic! Right from the moment that Ben first walked on stage he engaged the audience. The time flew - we could have listened to him all night, we were rivited. Funny, poignant,...continued

reviewed Jun 08 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Ronald Glick
17 events 8 reviews

The show was very impressive. However, The Duplex is another story. The drink served my partner was watered down. I paid 9.50 for a glass of wine, it tasted like soething that came out of a box In addition the glasses were NOT clean. ...continued

reviewed May 25 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Robert J. Ferri
7 events 5 reviews

venue was great
play was hilarious
performer was outstanding

reviewed Jun 29 2013 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

A tight hourlong monologue that pairs a well-honed script with an engagingly spontaneous delivery and a nose for sharp, observational comedy. —The New York Times

Patti Issues_ is meticulously scripted and executed, with poignant punch lines that deliver laughs, emotion and insight into gay diva worship in equal measure. —_"Time Out New York": (four stars)

Patti Issues_], drolly written and performed with heaps of charisma, is a show queen’s delight. —_The New Yorker

this spoken memoir Patti Issues_, and he delivers it with a spellbinding blend of confidence and uncertainty … one of the best (and now longest running) cabaret offerings of the year. —_"The Village Voice":

Patti Issues appeared on_ The Advocate_’s Best NYC Theater 2012 list.

See Ben Rimalower and Patti LuPone together on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live

Check out the trailer for Patti Issues.

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