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Jay Johnson: The Two and Only! (2014)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 9 August 2014 (USA)
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In this big screen adaptation of his Tony ® Award winning Broadway show, master storyteller and ventriloquist Jay Johnson redefines, re-imagines, and reintroduces you to the wonderful art of ventriloquism.

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In this big screen adaptation of his Tony ® Award winning Broadway show, master storyteller and ventriloquist Jay Johnson redefines, re-imagines, and reintroduces you to the wonderful art of ventriloquism.

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The stage show had it's Broadway run at the Helen Hayes Theater on West 44th Street. See more »

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Referenced in I'm No Dummy (2009) See more »

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Highly entertaining but not fast paced stand up...
30 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

I just watched Jay Johnson: The Two & Only...

At first I went into it thinking of it as more of stand up comedy which it is not. It is entertainment, stage act, ventriloquism, with roots in traditional vaudeville. He is a consummate entertainer. And as he remembered his mentor, I thought bout my youth, sitting in a tree in the back of my grandpas yard and dreaming of the future.

I highly recommend this to anyone over 40 or anyone with the patience to watch entertainment that is perhaps revealed in a slower pace than most routines now days!

Vegaskane


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