Adam Trent Reviews
Sara from Boston, Massachusetts
HAMISH - IN A GOOD WAY
In Yiddish, hamish means comfortable, familiar, kind of homey. That's what Adam brings to the table. Try to look past the embarrassing attempts to appear tech savvy and cutting edge (it's only cutting edge if you are stuck in the 1990's), Adam brings it all home in a funny, warm and entertaining show, Lots of audience participation, lots and lots of laughs and a great way to show the grandkids a good time. Warning: we sat about 6 rows from the rear, and the leg room was pretty skimpy. For this show it wasn't too bad, but if you have long legs you may be better off further front or in the balcony.
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