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  Triple Espresso at Ames Center

Triple Espresso

Ames Center
12600 Nicollet Ave. Burnsville

You ain't seen showbiz till you until you've seen Triple Espresso, an extra caffeinated comedy. A hit across America and Europe, the madcap play is the story of a singer-pianist, a magician and a comic, who recall a lifetime of show-business disasters -- from dust storms in Nebraska and dancing in Zaire to an incident involving a gorilla and four glorious minutes of failure on national television -- in hilarious fashion. The high-energy, vaudeville-inspired comedy for all ages provides of a jolt of caffeinated fun at the Black Box Theatre in the Minneapolis area.

Thru - Feb 15, 2018

Wednesdays: 7:30pm
Thursdays: 7:30pm
Fridays: 7:30pm
Sundays: 3:00pm



Price: $41-$48

Box Office: 952-895-4680

www.ames-center.com/triple-espresso.html


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  Triple Espresso Reviews

Talkin Broadway - Highly Recommended

"...Somehow, with this plethora of opportunities, I had never seen it before. It was always on my list but always easy to put off because, well, it'll always be there, right? I finally took the plunge into this percolated brew of caffeinated fun, and will not repeat my mistake. Like many a coffee shop habitue, I will be looking forward to frequent refills."
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Arthur Dorman


Twin Cities Arts Reader - Highly Recommended

"...At this point, there's not a whole lot to say about Triple Espresso that hasn't been said before. The three-man show is fun, flirty, and a bit hokey. At its best, it recalls Laurel and Hardy and the bright days of vaudeville. At its slowest and crassest, well, those moments pass soon enough. You get to see magic tricks fairly close up (Christopher Hart), hear some songs and piano music (mostly by Michael Pearce Donley), a lot of hamming and mugging (Bob Stromberg), and quite a bit of audience participation."
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Basil Considine



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