From the show:
Performance for One is a one-on-one performance event written and directed by Edward Einhorn, presented in 10 minute slots at venues across Manhattan. The performance is about memory, but even more so, it is about relationship between performer, audience member, and author. What is the responsibility of the audience member, and how is it felt differently when there is only one audience member? Who is the story teller, the author or the performer? What happens to a memory that two people share after one of those people is gone?
See it if sitting in a chair opposite a performer directly addressing you won't make you uncomfortable; you're open to new theatrical experiences.
Don't see it if sitting opposite a performer directly addressing you might make you uncomfortable; show's concept strikes you as indulgent or pretentious.