It's All the Rage: Marilyn Pittman's Award-Winning, Darkly Funny Story of Family Tragedy
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The last date listed for It's All the Rage was Sunday May 27, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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Celebrate American bars with comedic satire Tipped & Tipsy, winner at the 2013 San Francisco Fringe Festival. You'll meet bartender Candy, three of her hard-drinking regulars, the lascivious bar owner and a collection of other saloon staples. You'll laugh as Candy, with the help of a few cocktails, transforms this collection of lonely drunks into a loving family and feel her pain as she tries to keep her favorite regular from drinking himself to death. Written and performed by Jill Vice, a bartender herself, this production showcases her remarkable physical comedy skills as she transforms into various characters without any help from set or costume changes. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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DO NOT MISS THIS. She is brilliant and full of emotion; she takes you along on a very intense ride.
I went last night, and was startled that it wasn't filled up, after seeing her performance.
I think that there's only a couple of weeks left.
It has been well reviewed in the media as well, which is why I went...I think that her subject matter may have scared some people off, but I am here to tell you that she does it with grace and well-timed humor.
Quotes & Highlights
Marilyn Pittman grew up in a funny family. And then her dad shot her mom. And then himself. He was a WWII vet, she was a passive-aggressive poet. The ‘greatest generation?’ Nah. Love is deadly. It could happen to you. Pittman survived it. Mostly. And she’s a comic.
Marilyn Pittman’s It’s All The Rage won Best One-Woman Show at the 2011 United Solo Festival, the world’s largest solo performance festival, in New York City. It is ‘the funniest show you’ll ever see about murder-suicide.’ 28 scenes in 60 minutes; a tour de force of acting, stand-up, and reading from her parents’ love letters and journals. This show is recommended for ages 18 and older.