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Postby Edward Pungot » 10/29/12 04:04 PM

Derek DelGaudio & Helder Guimares @ the Geffen Playhouse
Directed by Neil Patrick Harris
November 27, 2012 - January 6, 2013

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Postby Ted M » 10/29/12 04:56 PM

In what city? People around the world read this forum.

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Oh, in Los Angeles.
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Postby Ted M » 11/29/12 12:06 PM

Wow, terrific substantial article.

Makes me want to travel to Los Angeles to see the show!
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Postby Tom Frame » 11/29/12 06:40 PM

Excellento! I'm going!
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Postby trip666 » 12/08/12 03:34 AM

It's a fantastic show. If you get a chance to see it then run to walk to it. It's like a well constructed one-act play... with some mind-blowing foolers.

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Postby Don Knox » 01/09/13 10:56 PM

My daughter is taking me on Saturday.
Great Holiday gift!
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Postby Jonathan Pendragon » 01/17/13 08:48 AM

Review
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One hour and fifteen minutes of card tricks. That's a quick and simple perspective which is as in depth as naming any play at any length and replacing "card tricks" with "saying lines." The real question, is there depth beyond the ticks, there is. There is structure and there is relationship, in theater we call that drama. Helder is a charming and humorous fellow, Derek is something of mystery. The strength of the production is their ability to craft each piece into a powerful effect that leaves the audience astonished. If you are there only to see skill of dexterity, you will get what you came for, but you will miss the their real skill which is the narrative of mystery: the tale. One of the best tales comes early in the show with a folded card under a glass. My one regret is I wish there was more self-proclamation, personal discovery, but then I do enough of that for the rest of the art combined. Anyway, this is a highly entertaining show by two masters of the art that I recommend without reservation. Bravo!
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Postby Magic Randy » 02/24/13 11:33 AM

I'm sure it will be extended again, it won't end on March 10.
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