Harmon Leon in Ironic (Not Ironic)

Comedy (storytelling, spoken word)

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Description

NYC comedian Harmon Leon brings you a show about lost love, irony and obscure Scottish poet William Topaz McGonagall. You’ll look at the world and contemplate whether it’s ironic or not ironic. Plus songs and adorable kittens! Complete sell-out at festivals worldwide. 'The kind of risky performance the Fringe is supposed to be about' ***** (Adelaide Advertiser). 'I was reminded of the way Spalding Gray would present his great work' (NewYorkTheaterGuide.com). 'A stand-up version of Louis Theroux' (BroadwayBaby.com). 'Weird. Wildly original and completely incomprehensible' ***** (Age, Melbourne). More at: harmonleon.com

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Fringebiscuit (4/5 stars) 21 days ago

Bold, surreal, possibly delirious, Harmon Leon manages to weave his high-octane, multimedia jokes into a poignant story of heartbreak in the time of Covid. The comedic style may be jarring to some, but his eccentric charisma shines through.

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