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“A brilliant show...What makes Quinn’s ‘Red State Blue State’ special is that he has done what nobody else seems able to do - come at the problem in a nonpartisan way...He can distill such complicated ideas into a line or two that encapsulates a thought that could have taken someone else hours to explain...And it’s really funny, and that’s why Quinn is a master...You won’t agree with everything Quinn says but he will have you thinking. And laughing.” Full Review
"Every night Kroll and Mulaney pack the Lyceum Theatre and parade their shticky counterparts in front of appreciative crowds. The result is electric. Expect non-stop laughs, and I mean non-stop...That connection between artists and audience derives in part from the growth from small stage to small screen to big stage. But it also comes from the incredible chemistry between the two performers and the unexpected way in which these exaggerated septuagenarians come to life." Full Review
"'Career Suicide' is the live equivalent of a book you can’t put down. His stories are not just strung together end to end, they’re seamlessly choreographed...This is vulnerability at its barest, and his story is riveting, it’s compelling, and it’s also really, really funny...There are heart-wrenching moments in Chris’ stories that may bring you to tears, but be assured, the laughs are equally powerful." Full Review