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JAY JOHNSON: THE TWO AND ONLY! BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: September 28, 2006
Synopsis: In his 30-year career, Jay Johnson has converted generations of ventriloquist-avoiding Americans with his charm, anarchy and innovative wit. In Jay Johnson: The Two and Only! he deconstructs and demonstrates his lifelong obsession. Jay Johnson is best known for playing the schizophrenic role of Chuck and Bob on the classic television comedy Soap, and is recognized as one of our foremost ventriloquists. In the show, he takes us on a multi-dimensional journey that combines his skills with a parade of characters that range from a subversive monkey to a withering tennis ball. He is a writer, philosopher, comic, poet, and artist. Jay Johnson: The Two and Only! comes to Broadway after receiving rave reviews during its run at off-Broadway's Atlantic Theatre in 2004.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"You couldn’t ask for a sweeter straight man than Jay Johnson, the one and only star of the new Broadway show “Jay Johnson: The Two and Only!” By straight man I mean not a heterosexual, although Mr. Johnson happens to be married, but the long-suffering, punch-line-less half of a comedy act, the guy who sets up the gags and smiles affably as his partner knocks ’em out of the park."
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