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.
See it if Exactly as advertised—listenable monologues of 4 different, if rather extreme, characters. Straightforward, not abstract or experimental.
Don't see it if I mean, you could also just ask four people how they’ll vote and why and get a similar show—although w/ a much longer run time.
See it if you enjoy solo shows; you can appreciate terrific acting; political satire makes you laugh; you don't mind uncomfortable seats for an hour
Don't see it if you are offended by 4-letter words, political opinions, or jokes about foreigners; if you hate tiny, claustrophobic venues or folding chairs
See it if You enjoy watching one man shows with a political bent.
Don't see it if You wish to see conservatives being mocked in what is supposed to be a “balanced” perspective.