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“A unique and moving piece of theatre...Jensen plays Bangs with tenderness and intelligence...Jensen quickly establishes a kind of easy, knowing rapport with the audience. It's the same instantaneous closeness that Bangs presumes with his readers...That the play is hermetic—it’s just Bangs, his records, and the audience—feels germane to its subject.” Full Review
for a previous production "Unlike the other solo and acoustic tours that he has undertaken, the show is scripted and largely unchanging...The result is an earnest meditation on his life and work, a 'long and noisy prayer' delivered by a diligent and practiced showman...A show in the old-fashioned sense...His voice is so steady and solemn...His rearrangement of 'Born in the U.S.A.' felt deliberate...Springsteen’s mission has always been to be a useful conduit—to reflect or articulate something back at us." Full Review