An Awkward Little Man - Ken Buch

Reviewed By Karen Staehling

Fringe Reviewer

Ken Buch takes to the stage in this one-person comedy and spoken word show. Telling cleverly written jokes in his trademark self-deprecating, introverted delivery style, "An Awkward Little Man" tackles topics such as white male privilege, secret bread ingredients, and prostate exams. Funny and occasionally serious, Ken was honest and relatable.

Audiences will enjoy Ken's fresh take on religion and the evolution of God. They will also discover what an NGO is and perhaps add to his list of FLILFs. At the end, a short musical performance from Ken's NGO sweetly wrapped up the show.

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