Wake Up and Smell the Coffee Review
By Christopher Null on Tuesday 1st November 2005
Eric Bogosian rants, raves, and makes funny voices for 76 minutes in this one-man show, which feels a bit dated in the post-9/11 world. It's Bogosian on middle America (who in turn whine about Arabs, air travel, religion, their jobs, and so on), but in the end (as always), it's Bogosian on Bogosian. The best five minutes are, oddly, the first five, which essentially berates the audience for even coming to the show at all.
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