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Press for Clown Bar 2


Christopher Cornwell and Christopher Lee

"This show is the funniest thing I’ve seen in a long time. (And, I thought that before my “Salty Trombone” arrived from the bar.) The jokes are as pun-laden as one would expect from this bunch of clowns. This show is so low-brow it’s high-brow. There’s song. There’s dance. There’s Super-Soakers and Bubbles. They make the most of every cream-pie in their arsenal. It’s wild and raucous, and you will quickly forget the outside world on this 80-minute rollercoaster ride. I honestly did not want it to end."


Clown Bar 2 is a show that dares you to try to look away. This show is loud and fun and bright, especially after a drink or two. Don’t go expecting nuance. Go expecting something big, something bright. Go expecting something. No one can deny that this show is something.  

What’s really incredible about this show is what it says about theater: it really is just a bunch of people taking over a space. Here, it happens to be a bar. And clowns. And hey, it works. 


Christopher Lee

Press for The War of Woo

Alfred C. Kemp and Christopher Lee

 "...the demon admires humans’ complexity while dismissing the binary of “good” and “evil” represented by Heaven and Hell, presenting himself as a kind of cosmic third-party candidate...the impish, scheming LEE gives an eternity-worthy showcase of suavity and skeeve."

"The entire cast of The War of Woo take on their roles with joyful verve.  As the demon, CHRISTOPHER LEE is particularly loving his chance to camp it up... Can this devilishly handsome hellraiser and the willowy blonde deity come to an agreement? ...this odd couple can barely contain their Old Testament-style lust for each other.  As a reviewer, I feel the same way about this production."

War of Woo

Seth Gilliam, Christopher Lee, Samantha Simone, Olivia Baseman, and Tad D'Agostino in The War of Woo

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