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Too Blunt!

solo performance · irons in the fire productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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DARLIE BREWSTER certified reviewer June 20, 2019
A fluid and charming portrait of a real human beings life. Filled with the eloquent and relevant observations on a boy coming of age, his journey to being a black gay adult and dealing with the changes he knew he had to make. It will have you smiling, laughing and wide eyed. A very intimate setting we really enjoyed. ... full review
CAROLYN HO certified reviewer June 23, 2019
As my first 1-man show, I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and its message in the importance of representation. Kelvin did wonderful portraying the many people who've affected him throughout his life as well as being personable with the audience. Thanks to Chris Game for inviting me :)... full review
ZHOIE PEREZ certified reviewer June 22, 2019
Smart, witty, informative and hilarious! This was a great and well thought out “one man” show.... full review
PETER MASSEY certified reviewer June 21, 2019
"Too Blunt" is just blunt enough - honest, passionate, revealing and ultimately very loving and forgiving. Kudos to the entire team (Mr. Blunt, Chris Game and Adam Earle) for a beautifully executed evening of theatre.... full review
JAMES COUGAR CANFIELD certified reviewer June 21, 2019
Kelvin's infectious energy and storytelling gives the audience a look into the oft-unseen perspective of a gay, black man. An important piece that tells an important side of the story that is often neglected.... full review
JOHN OBRIEN certified reviewer June 18, 2019
tagged as: dance · music · intimate · comedy · lgbt
Kelvin shared his stories in such an intimate and generous way that it felt like we were having a conversation.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2019
I really liked this show! Kelvin is a warm and engaging storyteller, which makes the issues he touches on - including racism, homophobia, and body shaming - carry all the more impact. And he never pounds you over the head; rather, he just tells his story, simply and effectively, so you find yourself fully invested in the man and his journey. By the end I was deeply moved and wanted to hear more (always the sign of a good theatrical experience). I hope more people seek out this show!... full review
JUSTIN POWELL certified reviewer June 11, 2019
tagged as: funny · honest · Truthful
At times uproariously funny and at other times heartbreaking, this unique story about a specific man's journey resonates with deep humanity and truthfulness. I found myself laughing, crying and walking away from the theatre with a full heart as I pondered over what I had experienced. The performer opens himself up and allows you to truly be in his shoes through some of his joys and struggles. Truly, a wonderful show. ... full review