Every first Wednesday of the month, get caught up with what’s on stage with our review round-up. And that vaguely hollow, clinking sound you hear at the end of each segment? That’s me tossing in my two cents. This month, we’re falling all over ourselves–and over chairs and down stairs–for a Tony-nominated farce…
British comic hero James Corden stars in this British transfer about one very hapless man trying to juggle love, sandwiches and two demanding bosses in swinging 60′s Brighton.
“One Man is…both satanic and seraphic, dirty-minded and utterly innocent. Letting loose and neutralizing all sorts of demons, it’s ideal escapism for anxious times.” New York Times
“These guys just want one thing, and it’s to make us laugh. They succeed brilliantly.” New York Post
“On a laughs-per-minute basis, this rollicking London import gives The Book of Mormon a run for its funny.” Hollywood Reporter
“…it’s a decidedly mixed bag, a very long show (2½ hours) with one brilliant scene that doesn’t compensate for the acres of tedium that surround it.” Wall Street Journal