In Kim Katzberg's latest solo work she plays a plethora of characters, struggles to become more real onstage, and both be truthful to her father and express her inexplicable love for him. More…
A prestigious improv comedy workshop seems like an ideal career boost for Katzberg, until she finds her fervid imagination hamstrung by generic critiques. "...Suicidal girl on a date? I'm not sure it's a network thing.” But the real improvisation starts when Katzberg’s emotionally distant father dies, paralyzing her psyche and forcing her to confront her California-cool brother and erratic prodigal sister.
See it if If you want a show that is experimental theater and brings feelings about a persons life i to it.
Don't see it if If you want a more polished show. This one gets loud with its video.
See it if you like experimental theater/performance art with heavy video use, all performed by one person who is putting it all out there with gusto.
Don't see it if you want drama - I was bothered by video sound level, laugh track and confused by the comedy juxtaposed with the serious issues tackled.
See it if you appreciate experimental theatre, multi-media and character, one actor and act, short, autobiographical, somber drama attempting humor
Don't see it if you prefer polished, linear drama, light theme, comedy or musical, or a larger cast and more elaborate set and costumes, or clear resolution
See it if I can't think of a single reason to see this show. I didn't laugh once.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a woman, conflicted over her father's death from pancreatic cancer, fail miserably trying to make us laugh. Few did.
See it if You are familiar with improv classes, flaky therapists, weird meditation sessions, and pop cultural references. You like performance art.
Don't see it if you don't like to see people working out their problems onstage
See it if You want to see a gifted performer. Katzberg communicates in a believable and authentic manner.
Don't see it if You need the writer and production team to have fully realized the subject matter of this show.
See it if This extremely talented performer tells a rich, and sad story of her father’s death through many funny characters and clever multi- media
Don't see it if Tales leading toward dark, disturb you. Multi- media interupps your theatrical rxperience
See it if For you if you like one woman performances. Kim tries hard and it works emotionally.
Don't see it if Seeking entertainment, and some production, not appealing. Confusing characters.