Too Many Notes
"My dear fellow, there are in fact only so many notes the ear can hear in the course of an evening. I think I'm right in saying that, aren't I, Court Composer...? My dear young man, don't take it too hard...there are simply too many notes, that's all. Cut a few and it will be perfect."
Audience Praise for Previous Storytelling Shows by phillip andrew bennett low
"This show is absurd, funny, silly, and chock full of Bible references that make even those who got straight A's in Catechism class have to be impressed. [phillip] is an immensely capable performer, slipping in and out of various characters with the ease of a professional angler making a cast." (for Get Thee Behind Me, Santa)
"...his presence on stage, his careful pacing and his masterful storytelling combine for an interesting show...topics include God, suicide, Einstein, doctors, power, pop culture and The Meaning of Life." (for The Concept of Anxiety)
"...an engaging but dark tale of a wandering man on a quest full of talking wolves, cryptic cannibals, unexpected zombies, and bad dreams; first rate experimentation..." (for The Gray and the Gold)
"...one of his strongest offerings to date...delivered by a master storyteller with great dexterity and timing...in a period in our history when words have become debased, devalued, and demonized, here is an artist who values [them]..." (for On the Concept of Irony)
"low's greatest achievement with this show, in which he alternates between the characters of Lancelot and Mordred, is the creation of a dank, mossy mood. By the end of the show, you may be surprised to put your hand on the theater wall and not feel cold stone and dead vines. low's intense monologues, playing tricks with time and place, are thick with layers of meaning; this is a show that would reward multiple viewings." (for Camelot is Crumbling)
About the Show
Five shows. Two decades. One whiskey-addled neurotic. A different show every night, featuring original tales of comedy, horror, and everything in between.
Shows may contain profanity, gunshots, graphic descriptions of violence, and/or references to sexual assault.