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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Come along on a swashbuckling journey to Nottingham with a live retelling of the story of Robin Hood. The whole family can get it on the action when Robin and his Merry Men take on the highly taxing Prince John and his enforcer, the Sheriff of Nottingham. Along with his friends, the outlaw hero robs from the rich to give to the poor, while putting his archery skills to good use rescuing the beautiful Maid Marion. The show will be performed by the talented young performers of Marsh Youth Theater's MainStage Performance Ensemble, who range in age from 4 to 21. 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.