Great acting, Absorbing, Great writing, Clever, Relevant
About the Show
Four very different Americans reflect on the human divide in 21st Century America in this comic, unsettling, and timely solo show.
From the show:
After acclaimed runs in NYC and, most recently, in Washington DC, Daniel Damiano’s timely, funny and unsettling multi-character solo play, focusing on 4 very different Americans who reflect on the human divide in 21st Century American, returns to the East Village Playhouse for a limited engagement.
"Probably one of the best one-person shows that I’ve ever reviewed, both in terms of its performance and its concept...I was skeptical...whether Mr. Damiano could actually pull off a performance of each of these diverse characters...Yet I was easily proven wrong. The play does a very fine job at exploring the division in modern American society on a very human level, and Damiano seamlessly pulls off each of the four individual performances of the characters in his show."
"A window into the lives of four very different Americans, each with his own ideas about tranquility and prosperity...While the characters are often humorous, the perspectives they represent are all too real...Supporting these lofty themes is a truly impressive performance on the part of Mr. Damiano. Armed with a writer’s ear for capturing dialogue and an actor’s flair for delivery, he makes his characters impressively real and uniquely vibrant."