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149 West 45th Street, New York, NY 10036

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Ended 10 Jul 2011 after 4 months

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John Leguizamo's Broadway show takes a new (and uncensored) look at his life.

Closed 10 Jul 2011
Avg. Customer Review (3.3 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 3
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60 of 111 people found the following review helpful:
Klowning around in Manny Hatty,
Mar 09, 2011
reviewer: from Hamilton Twp., NJ
Outstanding!! John is real and you can feel it. His life experiences are our pure enjoyment. Being able to laugh at one self is a facet of true self acceptance and John takes it to a whole new level. I recommend this to adults of every age. Being Hispanic, I can sure relate to some of his cultural references. His protrayal of past co-actors and film roles were HYSTERICAL! May he have great success being true to himself. HYSTERICAL AND FANTANSTIC! A MUST SEE!!
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63 of 114 people found the following review helpful:
Funniest Show Ever!!,
Apr 23, 2011
reviewer: from Anytown, AT 55555
I watched his show and couldn't stop laughing. 5 minutes into the show my boyfriend and I were dying of laughter. My boyfriend and I were tearing from the laughter and the cheers he got after the show was amazing. If you like comedy and want to laugh a lot, then I definitely recommend watching his show. Those who think he's not funny must have no sense of humor. I rated this 5 stars but I'd give it 100 billion stars if I could. I paid over $300 to see his show and I'd pay it again to go watch it. Ghetto Klown will have you laughing from the minute he walks on the stage.
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Sheese, 2 hours listening to a grown man whine,
Mar 16, 2011
reviewer: from New York
C title for a synopsis. Over hyped, who cares about this guys issues? Better he talks to his friends about this material and try to present some interesting material, a evenings entertainment. Not a manboys problems: with everyone in his life the biggest which is himself. A few laughs would have been nice too, even here the audience is let down.
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