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Book of Moron Review

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Book of Moron Review

3.5 STARS OUT OF 4 Review by Claire Martin From the Denver Post

First, “The Book of Moron” has absolutely nothing to do with “The Book of Mormon” (neither the prayer book nor the immensely popular musical), apart from cadging a ride on its coattails.

That said, Avenue Theater’s “The Book of Moron,” Robert Dubac‘s one-man show about Bob, a brain-injured patient struggling to recover his memory of himself, is a terrific show in its own right, witty and incisive.

At times, it’s almost like a TED talk. There is lean-faced Dubac, cheekbones sharp as his humor, describing his peculiar situation.

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