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Conversations with an Average Joe

From 8 member  reviews
Members say: Confusing, Slow, Relevant, Ambitious, Disappointing

About the show

The Theater Center presents an examination of our current presidential election, mounted as a town-hall type gathering in a local bar. Written by former New Mexico State Senator Joe Carraro. More…

Based on the real-life stories of average Joes and Janes, Carraro's new play features many musings, monologues, and situations that bring the injustices we face as a society at the hands of big corporations and big government to light. The show is more a "movement" than a play. It examines the disenchantment of this unique presidential election, and aims to provide a forum for political change through audience engagement.

Member Reviews (8)


Confusing, Slow, Relevant, Ambitious, Disappointing

Cliched, Disappointing, Slow, Banal

See it if You are interested in politics and missed all the coverage to date.

Don't see it if You are looking for new point of views or fresh perspectives in politics. There is little to learn.

Ambitious, Confusing, Dizzying

See it if you enjoy disjointed conversations coming at you from many character directions

Don't see it if you are not able to follow a plethora of conversations on all different levels

Slow, Thought-provoking, Indulgent, Banal, Confusing

See it if You like generic political opinions but can't figure out ideology of those speaking.....

Don't see it if Want directing, a set, props, characters or a script. Too bad because this could have been interesting.

Also The program professes this play will spark a change or revolution but ... Read more Read less

Banal, Disappointing, Confusing, Slow

See it if You have a reason to. The actors do what they can with the work and it is interesting to watch them work with it.

Don't see it if You're looking for an inspiring piece of Theatre that is actually going to change the political world.

“Conversations with an Average Joe” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

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