Inner-City Teacher's First Year in Hit Solo Show They Call Me Mister Fry Reviews & Ratings
No parking. Arrive early. It's worth the inconvenience re parking.report as inappropriate
This play definitely depicted a year in the life of an educator. The audience was primarily educators and according to the claps and laughter we were all touched.report as inappropriate
A real tour de force. I thoroughly enjoyed this one man show which captured the pitfalls and hard-won rewards of teaching in an educational war zone.report as inappropriate
I laughed 'til I cried, cried 'til I laughed and repeated that cycle for 90 minutes.report as inappropriate
I enjoyed every moment of this show! captivated from start to finish!report as inappropriate
If you are a teacher or went to a public school (particularly in L.A.) you will relate to the premise. Very high energy for a one-man show, I felt dizzy at times...report as inappropriate
a must see for all teachersreport as inappropriate
A gripping story that every student,teacher and [parent should see.report as inappropriate
Fantastic show! It's got heart, comedy and all the little things you look for in a one-man show. I'd see it again for sure...must see!report as inappropriate
They Call Me Mister Fry was a groundbreaking performance! It made my friends and I laugh and cry. We are all teachers so it was especially touching but anyone would enjoy it. Jack Freiberger was awesome!! Highly recommend it!!report as inappropriate
A love letter to teaching and to the children we teach. It is important as any play can be without blowing its own horn. It's also a lot of fun and full of heart.report as inappropriate
A very well described thoughtful and touching display of his own true experiences. Some very sad and some very funny.
I appreciated his candid approach and sharing his vulnerability on stage, in such an intimate setting. Very courageous !
Amazing show with clever writing and great acting. Don't miss it!report as inappropriate