Our Winners Talk About 'The Male Intellect'
Recently, we here at ExclusiveMagazine.com sent some lucky contest winners down to the City Theatre in Downtown Detroit to witness first hand the new play, 'THE MALE INTELLECT: AN OXYMORON?'.
The hilarious hit one-man show pinpoints and celebrates the differences between the sexes, and attempts to answer the age-old question, "What do women want?"
Well, here's what our winners thought of the show:
"Robert Dubac is a one-man show, he plays six different chauvinist characters who are extremely funny. He shows in a humorous way how differently women and men think. My favorite chauvinists were Bobby and Ronnie Cabrezzi, we couldn't stop laughing. If you need a good laugh I recommend this show."
Mary Lou Tyler - Warren, MI
"Robert Dubac's live performance was both enlightening and hilarious, and right on target! It was insightful and I was able to laugh at his interpretations of the perceptions of each gender. I even bought the CD after the show."
Lydia Vines - Detroit, MI
"I enjoyed the show because it was more than a stand-up comic routine. The way he impersonated different influencing personalities from his life, added even more comedy to the show. I'm sure everyone related to at least one thing he said in his routine making it even more funny than from an outsiders point of view."
Jeremy Hollo - Redford, MI
"Robert Dubac's performance was amazing and lifted the one-man show to a new level. His energy, ability to transform himself into the various characters he was representing, and witty, right-on dialogue made this show an A+. It is a show that can be enjoyed by any adult audience, but I found it especially worthwhile to be there with my husband. We laughed
throughout the performance, and these weren't just chuckles. They were
Connie Fleck - Waterford, MI
'The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?' stars Robert Dubac and will play Detroit's intimate City Theatre (next to the Fox Theatre) for a limited engagement Wednesday, October 6-24, 2004.
Tickets ($20.00-$29.50) are available at the City Theatre and Joe Louis Arena box offices, Hockeytown Authentics in Troy and all Ticketmaster locations, including Marshall Field's. To charge by phone, call (248) 645-6666, go online at www.olympiaentertainment.com or www.ticketmaster.com. Groups of 10+, please call (313) 471-3099. For more information, call the Olympia Entertainment event hotline at (313) 471-6611.