Theatre for the New City presents a one woman, one act musical about a Brooklyn bicycle shop and its owner, Bobby, an exuberant bike mechanic. More…
Bobby runs a bike shop that was first opened by her grandmother in 1936. Two years after a tragic bike accident Bobby tries to get back on her bike, and get her own life in gear. Cyclists are encouraged to ride their bikes to the theater and park their bicycle on the stage so they can be part of the show. As the sole performer, Elizabeth Barkan brings to life three generations of a bike-obsessed family, as she builds and fixes real bicycles on stage; all while backed by the 4-piece interactive “Bicycle Band."
See it if you like a touching story beautifully rendered. Song lyrics are well written, singing excellent and the acting & staging way above average
Don't see it if if you don’t like solo shows, but like I said this one is above average.