Tuesday, August 17, 2010

RASH recommended as one of the great solo shows to see at Fringe

The NY Theatre review says "If any theme has emerged so far, it’s this: there are some amazing solo performers in this year’s festival. Don’t let any preconceived notions about one-person plays keep you from sampling some of this unusual, enriching fare":
  • Bagabones (contortionist Jonathan Nosan)
  • Amsterdam Abortion Survivor (Dutch comic Micha Wertheim)
  • Daddy Day (unique site-specific work by Bert Hana)
  • The Height of the Eiffel Tower (New Zealander Morgana O’Reilly)
  • Headscarf and the Angry Bitch (Pakistani American Zehra Fazal)
  • William and the Tradesmen (Eli James channels a wannabe rock star and 3 real rock stars)
  • Rites of Privacy (chameleon David Rhodes as 6 different characters plus himself)
  • Rash (Jenni Wolfson on her work as a humanitarian aid worker)
  • Questions My Mother Can’t Answer (Andrea Caban interviews older women)

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