Smash One-Man Show Time Flies When You're Alive
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Once began as a music-fueled indie film that won the nation's heart in 2006, taking home the Best Original Song Oscar for its haunting love ballad "Falling Slowly." Now, Once has taken the Broadway stage by storm, earning eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The romantic tale follows a downtrodden Dublin street musician and a delightfully quirky Czech woman who meet in the least likely of places -- a vacuum cleaner repair shop. Their complicated lives make the path to love a rocky one, and they channel their feelings into the music they produce together -- him on guitar, her on piano, two voices harmonizing and setting them free, for a time, from the harsh realities of their lives. Learn More
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Linke’s presentation is spellbinding…if you’re human, you’ll be interested — Los Angeles Times
Celebration of Life — New York Times
“Time Flies When You’re Alive,” the highly acclaimed solo show that played to sold out houses for over a year at the Tiffany Theatre, toured the country, and was subsequently filmed for an HBO Showcase Presentation, returns for eight performances only, to the Ruskin Group Theatre in Santa Monica.
Written and performed by Paul Linke, “Time Flies…” tells the story of his courtship and marriage to his first wife, the birth of their three children and her losing battle with cancer in a tour de force.
A professional actor for over 30 years, Linke starred in the feature films MOTEL HELL, GRAND THEFT AUTO, PARENTHOOD and is best known for his regular role on the NBC- TV hit series “ChiPs”. He was the founder and original artistic director of the Powerhouse Theatre. He most recently directed Ben Gazzara in the one man play NOBODY DON"T LIKE YOGI Off-Broadway at The Lambs.
“Time Flies When You’re Alive” is one of the most successful solo shows in the history of L.A. theatre. You now have an opportunity to see why.