Actor/comedian Brad Zimmerman's solo show is about the grit and passion required to 'make it' as an artist and the sweet rewards that come from never giving up on your dream. More…
Brad Zimmerman moved to New York City and “temporarily” waited tables for 29 years, while continuing to pursue his dream of comedic acting. In this part standup/part theatrical piece Brad tells a story of his lengthy journey to make it as an actor in New York, sending up his childhood, his family, his misbegotten love life, and his career.
See it if you like Borscht Belt humor...and are willing to hear Brad pitch his dating profile. He's funny, but seems bitter. He's lookin' for love...
Don't see it if and success (what else is new in NYC?) I'd heard some of the jokes before, but the evening was enjoyable. Not a must-see, but entertaining.
See it if You enjoy comedy and a one man show about someone's life. Very well done.
Don't see it if You don't want to hear about his guy's life or troubles. But he is very amusing and it's a fun evening.
See it if you enjoy a solo performance in a club setting-a comedian telling the story of his life, finally succeeding in spite of his Jewish mother.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy some Jewish humor, or don't want to add a 2-drink minimum on to the price of your ticket
See it if you enjoy Borscht belt style comedy and want to hear about the struggle to succeed.
Don't see it if you're tired of hearing about a son disappointing his parents by not being a doctor, lawyer, etc.
See it if You enjoy stand-up comedy. It's moreso that than theatre. Jew jokes are plentiful, but not too much. I really enjoyed this.
Don't see it if You are annoyed at paying for a two drink minimum (and it's pricy for just a bottle of water), or don't like standup.
See it if You want to see something different.
Don't see it if You want something with a little more substance. It has a very particular POV that while I connected with not everyone would.
See it if enjoy confessional, but enjoyable autobiographical story telling. The rise of a young comic actor
Don't see it if you hate confessional autobiographical story telling. Its a personal story, told well, but it is an extended monologue