Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science
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Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science

Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science NYC Reviews and Tickets

(22 Reviews)
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Entertaining, Funny, Clever, Intelligent, Quirky

About the Show

TV food personality Alton Brown brings science, music, and food to Broadway in his unique culinary solo show.

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Ambitious, Clever, Entertaining, Great staging, Refreshing

See it if You are a huge Alton Brown fan. You want something totally different from other shows. You enjoy watching scientific experimentation.

Don't see it if You don't like a variety style show including audience participation that includes some corny comedy. This is in no way a play.

Clever, Delightful, Entertaining, Hilarious, Remarkable

See it if multitalented Brown entertains as well as informs in a live version of his TV programs; ability to react to audience members is key

Don't see it if Audience participants were great/good for my performance; a bad choice might end up as a bad segment

Critic Reviews (1)

The New York Times
November 24th, 2016

"This one-man variety show combines cooking lore with physics, chemistry, comedy and a live band...His persona is part nerd and part gentleman, part mastermind and part bro...Yes, the show is wildly indulgent. It is also a hoot...If Mr. Brown could move through the material faster, he could offer more of the gonzo experiments and lightly barbed interactions he excels at. His work with audience volunteers is dexterous and mischievous, mean without ever being exactly cruel."
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