One-Man Comedy My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm in Therapy at Hanover Theatre
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The last date listed for My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm in Therapy was Saturday November 7, 2009 / 8:00pm.
Currently at The Hanover Theatre:
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One of the most acclaimed singer-songwriters of her generation, 13-time Grammy winner Emmylou Harris has been serenading audiences since she first shook up country radio in the '70s. Harris has graced music fans with her evocative songwriting and beautifully expressive voice over the course of more than 25 studio albums, which have sold more than 15 million copies combined. Versatile and multi-talented, she has found success as an alt-rock, folk and country artist, teaming with performers like Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Mark Knopfler, Neil Young, Willie Nelson and many more. Forty years into her career, Harris continues to share the hard-earned wisdom that comes with getting older, though she's never stopped looking ahead. Opening is Denver folk-pop artist Nathaniel Rateliff, who will perform a solo acoustic set. Learn More
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We started our evening by going to 55 Pearl for dinner. Spectacular. Then we took a shuttle from the restaurant to the show. The show was hilarious. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Would highly recommend the show. And since there were...continued
To say that an evening spent with Steve Solomon is like being with a dear, funny friend is an understatement. In truth, an evening with Steve is more like being with dozens of hilarious friends and eccentric members of your own family.
Steve has taken the art of impersonation and honed it into a science. He masterfully weaves different dialects and crazy characters into his stories. These tales take on a life of their own as Steve recounts memorable moments from his past and makes witty observations on timely topics.
A native of Brooklyn, Steve grew up in the multi-ethnic neighborhood of Sheepshead Bay. This was the perfect training ground for a dialectician. As the class clown and as a very authentic sounding Chinese restaurant delivery boy, Steve learned at an early age how to use his gift for imitating accents to his advantage.