The NYC premiere of Ed Dixon's solo show about his 20-year friendship with two-time Tony-winning character actor George Rose. More…
Over his storied career, Mr. Rose starred on Broadway and in London alongside such stars as Katharine Hepburn, Noel Coward, Richard Burton, and Laurence Olivier. He was last seen on Broadway in the original 1985 production of 'The Mystery of Edwin Drood,' for which he won his second Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical. Ed Dixon examines his longtime friendship with the character actor, their shared love for the stage, and Rose's shocking dark side.
See it if you love broadway history and the story behind the stage
Don't see it if you want a happy ending or if you need a complex production
See it if you like one-man shows and you are interested, knowledgeable, and appreciate of theater humor based on members of the acting community.
Don't see it if you don't like one-man shows.
See it if you are old enough to have seen George Rose perform or a fan of multitalented Ed Dixon - a master storyteller/actor w. an incredible tale.
Don't see it if you don't dig one man shows, or stories about the theater world.
See it if Enjoy the history of theater and find interesting a story told to a audience of a lifetime story
Don't see it if Not interested in a past relationship of theater, or in hearing a first person story
See it if You enjoy show biz tales and solo shows with great stories and impersonations of great actors such as Olivier, Hepburn, & Gielgud.
Don't see it if You do not enjoy solo shows and a show ultimately deals with very dark subject matter...SPOILER AHEAD...murder & child abuse.
See it if You love theatre and actors and stories about the greats but be prepared for a sordid underbelly that will unsettle you. Great, sad, night.
Don't see it if Need your theatrical favorites to be heroes or need a Rose-colored-glasses kind of ending. Oh, the leg room is dreadful.
See it if You're a fan of theatre and know of actor George Rose. Ed Dixon gives us insight of his illustrious career and his Capote-esque demise.
Don't see it if You're idea of a night of theatre must includes a big Broadway stage with lots of sets and costumes.
See it if You want to hear fascinating stories about the great actor George Rose and an expert evening headed by Ed Dixon reliving moments with him.
Don't see it if You don't like one-man shows about people in the theater. (But who doesn't like that!?)
See it if You're gay and you need affirmation that anything is possible, plus thank the lord you didn't come out in 1970. Or you're a theater geek
Don't see it if One man shows - even where the one person is exceedingly charming - don't do it for you. Another big turn-off is way too much name-dropping.
See it if you haven't. If you are a fan of bio-dramatic historical recounts of artists. Lots of colorful characters, masterfully presented by Dixon.
Don't see it if youre anti-1-person shows. To many friends who take this stance; but this is definitely one of the stronger ones I've seen in recent years.
See it if You love Ed Dixon (I do). You enjoy insight into theatre and acting. You enjoy great one man shows. You have interest in George Rose.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy one man shows or are offended by gay subject manor.
See it if just SEE IT! I didn't know anything about George Rose (before my time), but Ed Dixon's acting and storytelling was phenomenal!
Don't see it if You don't enjoy compelling storytelling. You are close-minded.
See it if You love hearing really funny and insightful backstage stories full of gossip about lots of Broadway legends
Don't see it if you want a happy ending
See it if You're interested in B'way lore. Ed Dixon has created a deeply moving/complex tribute to his friend and mentor. Filled w/ laughs and tears.
Don't see it if Show business history or figures aren't your thing. Or if you aren't prepared for hillarity to turn dark.
See it if - you are a frequenter at the theaters as the majority of this play built around Theater life. - want to see a brilliant one-man show
Don't see it if you go to the theaters once in a while. it probably will be a bit frustrating for you in general.
See it if You like a well performed one-man show that will tell a moving, funny and suprising story.
Don't see it if you hate one-man shows. This won't be the one to change your mind.