Solo Shows (13)

Ends Jul 30 Say Something Bunny! 5 reviews
87 Overall Score

UnionDocs presents Alison S.M. Kobayashi's multi-media solo piece inspired by an amateur audio recording made over 60 years ago.

Ends Jun 27 A Hunger Artist 24 reviews
85 Overall Score

The Tank and Sinking Ship present this new solo adaptation of Franz Kafka's tragicomic tale about the only person who remembers a very peculiar artist.

Ends Jul 09 Zero Hour 30 reviews
85 Overall Score

The Peccadillo Theater Company presents a return engagement of Jim Brochu's award-winning solo show about the life of theater legend Zero Mostel.

Ends Sep 03 In & Of Itself 47 reviews
78 Overall Score

The Daryl Roth Theatre presents the New York premiere of this performance piece by magician Derek DelGaudio, directed by Emmy winner Frank Oz.

Ends Jul 23 The Aran Islands 10 reviews
75 Overall Score

Irish Repertory Theatre presents a new adaptation of John Millington Synge’s classic work chronicling his travels to the desolate Aran Islands.

Ends Aug 12 CHALK 7 reviews
81 Overall Score

FRIGID new york @ Horse Trade presents a playful and poignant one-man homage to silent film-era comedians, created and performed by Alex Curtis.

Opens Jun 24 Growing Up Gonzales 9 reviews
81 Overall Score

Writer/director Felix Rojas brings back his one-man play about brotherly love and the healing power of saying goodbye. 

Ends Jun 28 The Closet Bitch 5 reviews
76 Overall Score

Shana Solomon’s one-woman show chronicles her desperate attempts to please everyone in her life—except herself—while trying not to fall apart in the process.

Ends Jul 08 This Is Not Normal: An Arts & ... 0 reviews
- Overall Score

The Brick presents this festival featuring politically charged plays, weekly cabarets, and collective action projects which aim to remind us of our new reality.

Previews start Jul 12 Miss Blanche Tells It All (NYMF) 0 reviews
- Overall Score

Part of the New York Musical Festival: Inspired by the imagination of Tennessee Williams, this intimate and seductive show takes us on one man’s journey of desire, self-expression, and liberation.

Opens Jul 11 East to Edinburgh 2017 0 reviews
- Overall Score

59E59 Theaters' annual festival features a lineup of North American companies eager to fine-tune their work before heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland.

Previews start Jul 07 Trump Lear 0 reviews
- Overall Score

From the team behind 'David Carl's Celebrity One-Man Hamlet' comes this new Shakespeare adaptation with the conceit that Carl is being forced to play Trump as King Lear, for Trump himself.

Previews start Jul 15 Me & Ella 0 reviews
- Overall Score

Set against the restless backdrop of the 20th Century and the lush serenity of the Ella Fitzgerald songbook, Broadway veteran Andrea Frierson's solo musical at the York Theatre is a valentine to the "First Lady of Song."