The Ice Cream Man Cometh: God Speaks to an Ice Cream Man
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The last date listed for The Ice Cream Man Cometh was Thursday November 17, 2011 / 7:00pm.
Currently at 13th Street Repertory Company:
- Full Price:
- $49.00 - $99.00
- Our Price:
- $24.50 - $49.00
An innocent 11-year-old boy accidentally discovers his father's secret collection of X-rated video tapes and becomes inadvertently addicted, in comedian Andrew Goffman's The Accidental Pervert. Now in its fifth year as an Off-Broadway hit, the solo show dubbed "hilarious" by Broadway World and "engaging" by TheaterMania tracks Goffman's self-deprecating and ultimately heartwarming journey to overcome his attachment to porn and delve into a real-life relationship with an actual woman -- his wife-to-be -- at age 26. A successful stand-up comic, Goffman's rapport with the audience keeps crowds coming back for more. Spring for the VIP package and meet the star, get a front-row seat, a backstage tour and two drinks. Please see the full event description for details. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
After each performance there is a talk-back with Bruce Adams.
Written by Bruce Adams, Chris Johnson, Sandra Nordgren, Steve Prutting
Directed by Sandra Nordgren
Bruce Adams has been hailed as the Blue-Collar Eckhart Tolle!
Based on the Web Series ProphetOrMadmanTV.com
The play, which is inspired by the web series Prophet or Madman … the Lighter Side of Consciousness at Patheos.com, and the making thereof will be filmed and included in the footage for the weekly web series. In the web series, Allen resurrects his old character from Seinfeld days, the Father of the Ugly Baby. Together with Adams, he launches a road trip in his ’89 Honda Civic. Along the way, Pa (Father of the Ugly Baby/a.k.a. Steve Allen) and Scoop (the Ice Cream Man/a.k.a. Adams), encounter family, friends and acquaintances of Adams, and celebrities of all types, such as TV star Tony Denison and rock star Mickey Avalon, all of whom dish on his authenticity and attempt to answer the question, “Would God speak to an ice cream man?”