Generation 9/11: So Far / So Close (4 stars)

Captivating and quietly profound one-man show

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This article is from 2011.

Generation 9/11: So Far / So Close

Don’t let the subject put you off. This is a captivating and quietly profound one-man show by San Franciscan Chris Wolfe that refracts 9/11 through the memories of ordinary people, right up to the present day. He’s a charismatic performer, and his characterisation is strong and bold, yet finely etched. At times the show is shocking, at others funny, and Wolfe isn’t afraid to challenge his audience’s preconceptions.

theSpaces @ Surgeons Hall, 0845 508 8515, until 27 Aug (not 14, 21), 1.05pm, £7 (£6).

This article is from 2011.

Generation 9/11: So Far / So Close

  • 4 stars

Where were you? A one-man show that explores how 9/11 affected a generation from afar. Based on hundreds of interviews. Fast-paced, moving and funny. As the 10 year anniversary approaches, ‘Generation 9/11’ explores how September 11th has defined a generation. The personal experiences of everyday people who were affected…

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