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Adam Bailey is on Fire

 

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We've all heard the story of the gay Christian who comes of age in the big city, but Adam Bailey's tale feels like a high-speed rip through suburbia, turning from hilarious to heartfelt to hopeful at breakneck speeds. Bailey is a quick-witted and flexible storyteller, working to connect with his audience. He sucks you right into what was happening with this personable, conspiratorial stage presence, keeping you in on the jokes and heartache, the constant struggle for identity when you're spilt between two very different worlds. Everywhere that it could have been cloying or cliché, this production was inventive and honest. — Sarah Culkin
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Gig City
 
 
 
 
 


 
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Total Score
 
 
 
 
 
2.5/ 5


Reader Rating
6 total ratings

 

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  • 2:30 pm - 2015/08/14
  • 8:30 pm - 2015/08/16
  • 6:00 pm - 2015/08/17
  • 4:30 pm - 2015/08/19
  • 10:30 pm - 2015/08/21
  • 12:15 pm - 2015/08/23



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Posted 2015/08/16 by


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3 Reviews


  1.  
    Anne
     
     
     
     
     

    This is an engaging show in many ways. It is at various times funny, sad, frustrating, surprising, and impressive. It is at all times courageous and honest. I was moved by the story and left with a new awareness of the difficulties faced by LGBTQ people with religious family members.




  2.  

    Hey, that post leaves me feeling fooslih. Kudos to you!




  3.  

    How does Bono’s political activism reconcile itself with him giving Russian dictator Medvedev a photo-op on August 24th? At best, Bono is endorsing a brutal non-democratic regime.





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