A struggling actor turns an NYC rent-controlled apartment into a lucrative Airbnb scheme in this wild-but-true one-man show, written and performed by Evan Zes. A hit at FringeNYC 2016. More…
What would you do to hold on to your apartment in New York City? What would you do to pursue your dreams? Zes funds his acting career by renting out his apartment as he works all over the country. But when the situation seems too good to be true and the police are called, how long can it last? Watch Zes portray nearly 30 characters as they close in on him and threaten to ruin his life in this cautionary tale of greed and redemption.
See it if you are a New Yorker or hope to be one! This one man show will either fill you with servivalisalist pride or send you fo the safe suburbs.
Don't see it if you are not prepared to laugh through the pain.
See it if you enjoy "Fringe" shows; you are entertained by a (somewhat) sad story about a man who learns to play the rent control system in NYC
Don't see it if one man shows are not your thing; silly impersonations annoy you; you have no tolerance for "Fringe" type entertainment.
See it if You like a one man show. You want to laugh. You want to hear a great story that sucks you in. You want to be entertained.
Don't see it if You do not like a one man show. You do not want to laugh. You do not want to hear a funny and moving story about a struggling actor.
See it if you can relate to the rent-controlled vs. free-market rent disparity, you've used Airbnb, or you know what it's like to be poor in NYC.
Don't see it if you don't like one-man shows or dingy theaters.
See it if if you like New York stories and want a few good laughs. Good script, good timing, good laughs throughout, well performed.
Don't see it if if you don't like one-person performances; I found the venue of this small bar room to be cozy but it may not suit everyone.
See it if You enjoy one man shows with a great act portraying an array of characters from his life. You enjoy laughing alot. You are an actor.
Don't see it if Like a play with lots of special effects and heavy drama.
See it if Know rent control in NYC, want to laugh throughout the show & be thoroughly entertained. Relevant and cleverly scripted.
Don't see it if If you don't like vulgarity. If not there's no reason to not enjoy an evening of entertainment in a solo show.
See it if You'll enjoy a NYC based tale. I'm usually biased against one-man shows but this delivered.
Don't see it if You dislike one-man shows and don't want to take a chance. You'll hate a story about life in NYC.
See it if You love side-splitting shows, and can relate to finding housing in NYC! Fantastic impressions and a fabulous story teller!
Don't see it if You aren’t crazy about intimate one-man shows with small sets
See it if you feel related to the struggling life of being an artist or as a struggling metropolis resident in general / you love down-to-earth story
Don't see it if you dont love humor, you cant accept vulgarity
See it if ever lived in NY or ever had a apartment. Can relate to the struggle to live in the city.
Don't see it if If a home owner and dont care about tenants. But probably not for you if you hate one man shows.
See it if you want to see skilled comedic character actor in action. While rambunctious a show, it's still at its core a touching coming of age story.
Don't see it if youre irritated by obnoxious audience members who distract others in the audience and detract from the performance.
See it if - you're New Yorker, you will relate - content is more important to you than surroundings - open minded about sexual jokes
Don't see it if -you're looking for a broadway or "theatrical" kind of experience, - surroundings and staging is important to you - this is your date night
See it if you have ever dealt with a landlord, rented an apartment, rented an apartment in NYC or just want to hear a hilarious city story
Don't see it if you have never heard the sweet words "rent control" before or do not like one-man shows
See it if you like shows about friendship, human, connection, and honesty.
Don't see it if topics like AIDS, homosexuality, and drug abuse turn you off completely.
See it if You enjoy very well-acted solo shows, schadenfreude, real-life anecdotes and seeing microcosms of New York society analysed in detail.
Don't see it if You want a big flashy musical, or if you prefer serious, issue-based theatre.