Powerful One-Man Drama Silent: A Man's Descent Into Madness
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The last date listed for Silent was Sunday December 16, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Inspired by celebrated playwright Neil Simon's own life, Broadway Bound follows a pair of aspiring comedy writer brothers as their parents' marriage dissolves. Odyssey Theatre Ensemble's production is directed by Jason Alexander (Seinfeld), who created the role of "Stanley" in the original Broadway production. The final entry in Simon's beloved Eugene trilogy, after Brighton Beach Memoirs and Biloxi Blues, Broadway Bound won two Tony Awards during its initial run and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Eugene and his older brother, Stanley, deal with the revelation of their father's infidelity by adapting their lives into thinly veiled radio skits, a move that starts them on the road to success, but contributes to the tension in their already-crumbling family. In Broadway Bound, Simon captures all the laughter and heartbreak of family life. Learn More
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Featured review from Kenyon At WorkRed Velvet
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A great opportunity to see a completely different type of performer - this one-man piece from Ireland is engrossing. Unfortunately, the theatre was absolutely stifling and the amount of road noise was distracting. Love the Odyssey and will be back, but its too bad about this particular room in their complex.
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This was AWFUL! Me and my friend left after 20 min and it was too long. Maybe we would wait until the intermission to leave out of respect but play didn't have one. This is one man show and Goldstar forgot to mention it in the description of the...continued
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“It’s a stream of consciousness scream that demands understanding for and a second look at those we otherwise might look down upon … This is a performance worth your time and will linger in your imagination for a long time to come.” —Santa Monica Daily Press