“FREE RANGE THINKING” REVIEW

Whether you love or hate politics, “Free Range Thinking” is for everyone.  It challenges you by making you laugh at the absurdities of our world.  Perhaps the year’s most provocatively engaging production, it rapidly covers everything from religion to sex to politics to many of the other incongruities of life.

Nothing is sacrosanct as Robert Dubac combines an impressive array of comedic skills, physical comedy, historical knowledge, political analysis, philosophy, and even magic — all in the form of the multiple characters (all played or voiced by Dubac with great timing) who make us think and laugh about what life is all about.

Performed superlatively by Dubac (star of “The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?”) in the intimate setting of the Garner Galleria Theatre, every audience member gets to experience the physical closeness and emotional connections of Dubac’s stunning performance.

It doesn’t matter if you’re Democratic, Republican, independent or none of the above — anyone who even just superficially considers the meaning of life will enjoy “Free Range Thinking.”  And, if you’re a political junkie, this is the show for you to see after November 2nd.  Go to http://www.DenverCenter.org or call (303) 893-4100 for tickets through November 14th.

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Aaron Harber hosts “The Aaron Harber Show” seen on Channel 3 KCDO-TV (K3 Colorado) on Sundays at 8:00 pm and at http://www.HarberTV.com.  He also hosts “Colorado Election 2010 TM” seen Sundays at 8:30 pm on Channel 3 and on Mondays at 8:00 pm on COMCAST Entertainment Television and is viewable 24/7 at http://www.Colorado2010.com.  Send e-mail to Aaron@HarberTV.com.  (C) Copyright 2010 by USA Talk Network, Inc. and Aaron Harber.  All rights reserved.

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