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Fringe review: Huge Sums of Money

Adam Reid's one-man show is short and sweet (and cheap).

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Some people just radiate positivity, and out-of-work actor/arts administrator Adam Reid is one of those people. He’s got one of those Mary Tyler Moore “turn the world on with her smile” smiles and a can-do attitude that seem to indicate he’ll go far in life. But his short one-man show Huge Sums of Money tells the increasingly familiar story a capable young man who’s struggling to find meaningful work in difficult economic times. While Reid’s delivery is engaging and his material is gently amusing, the show is slight, clocking in at just under half an hour. Still, it’s a pleasant half hour, and the price—four dollars—is definitely not a huge sum of money.

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