Colin Quinn on "Long Story Short"

Friday, December 03, 2010

Colin Quinn discusses his new one-man show, “Long Story Short,” directed by Jerry Seinfeld. He takes audiences through an uproarious history of the world in 75 minutes—from Ancient Greece and Antigone to Costco and Snooki. “Long Story Short” is playing at the Helen Hayes Theatre.


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Comments [2]

don from brooklyn

It is so sad to listen to Lenny's show
deteriorate into one of those classrooms
of a long ago tenured, and now over the hill teacher.Colin Quinn? Jerry Seinfeld.Really....what a waste of airtime!

Dec. 03 2010 12:58 PM

Part of why I love Colin Quinn is that, unlike other "edgy" celebs, he's so edgy, he falls off regularly.

That said, the Broadway show is pretty polished ("NO HECKLING," said the flyer passed out in the theatre). The audience was mixed -- T-shirts and fancy Broadway dress having some good laughs together.

It was great.

Dec. 03 2010 12:19 PM

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