My Penis: In and Out of Trouble - Theatre Asylum's Best of the Fringe
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The last date listed for My Penis: In and Out of Trouble was Sunday October 3, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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The much-anticipated revival of this imaginative adaptation asks the age-old, perennially puzzlin … More
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Featured review from Delaney
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This storyteller is engaging I enjoyed the show, he talks about his penis and his experience through his life year by year, I was just glad he was in his 40's not 70's, it is almost too long. There is something about him that is compelling to watch, he is talented.
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What was most interesting about the performance was the sort of exception that made the rule. Late comers kept interrupting the opening comments of the show and at one point Sacre had to improvise. That was the most engaged and spontaneous...continued
My Penis explores sex and sexuality in humorous and unexpected ways. Controversial and explosive, it has sold out at all Fringe festivals where presented and garnered rave critical response.
Surprising in his manner, Sacre is self-effacing, with his humor coming from his bedrock honesty about situations each person has faced. Join him on a journey that is raw in his willingness to revisit each painful and wonderful moment.
An internationally touring award winning solo performance artist based in Los Angeles, Sacre has created seven solo performance pieces, performing them to critical and popular acclaim at PS 122, and PS NBC in New York City; the San Francisco Fringe Theater Festival; the HBO and Comedy Central Workspaces in Los Angeles; the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago; the Kennedy Center; and various festivals internationally.
His shows have garnered numerous Critics’ Choices in San Francisco, LA, New York, and Chicago.
Come and be molested.
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