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re: Today's Riedel column: WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME taking the Helen Hayes this spring
Posted by: student_rush 10:06 am EST 01/11/19
In reply to: Today's Riedel column: WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME taking the Helen Hayes this spring - AC126748 09:44 am EST 01/11/19

This boggles my mind. A (mostly) one-woman show - helmed by a non-celebrity - that is part TED talk, part theatre-as-therapy, and part "pretend debate" ... who is putting their money into this?

I understand that I am apparently in the minority for having loathed this piece, but - personal feelings aside - who thinks there is a break even potential for this?

I brought this up in an earlier post, but if Mike Birbiglia isn't selling out his *critically lauded* one-man performance piece, why would this?
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