Monday, January 03, 2011
Reminder: Zero Hour Closes Sunday, Jan. 9
Initially set for a 12-week run, Zero Hour has now run 14 months, and must now going to close so that he can fulfill tour dates that were booked long before anyone knew the show would be this successful in New York. Will it come back? Who knows? Anything is possible. But this is it. If you're in New York, you have Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
Yesterday at the show, a man came back to meet Jim. He knew Zero when he was a child. He embraced Jim, with a tear in his eye, and said, "You got him! You got him!"
No higher compliment is imaginable. All of his family members have said the same thing, that Jim really brings Zero back into the room.
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