"Best of the Fringe" Solo Show Kill Your Television at Theatre Asylum
* Additional fees apply. No coupon or promo codes necessary to enjoy the displayed discount price.
The last date listed for Kill Your Television was Saturday August 14, 2010 / 6:00pm.
Most Popular Theater Event Nearby
- Full Price:
- $60 - $82
- Our Price:
- $36 - $72
A co-world premiere (with Williamstown Theatre Festival), Actually is a new play by Anna Ziegler, a… More
Quotes & Highlights
“Hilarious! Must see TV!” —Seattle Times
“Gardner’s brilliant tour de force” —_Backstage _(Critics Pick)
Writer-performer Jeff Gardner’s dialogue-free solo comedy with a hilarious and insightful look at the insidious nature of television. It’s often said he who has the remote control has the power. Not in this living room…take a bizarre plunge into the other side of the screen and discover why they call it “Programming.” An exciting hybrid of pop-culture satire, physical theatre and the absurd.
Originally performed at The Seattle Fringe Festival this show received TheatreSeattle.com’s ‘Pick of the Fringe’ honor. In it’s recent run at The 1st Hollywood Fringe Festival it was nominated for Best in Physical Theatre and the Outrageous Award for Theatre. It also won the award for the Most Socially Aware Show.
Jeff Gardner is a native from Los Angeles and a graduate of the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. Jeff began acting professionally in Washington D.C. where he appeared in Little Women at the Kennedy Center, Skylight at The Studio Theatre, Henry V, Henry VI (parts I-III) and Measure for Measure, all at the Shakespeare Theatre. Other regional credits include Our Town and The Seagull (w/ Gwyneth Paltrow and Christopher Walken) at Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts. Local credits include The Tempest at A Noise Within, and the currently running King Lear at The Antaeus Company. Jeff is also a sound designer, most notably working for one of his favorite directors, the late Charles Nelson Reilly on The Wives. He is the founder of Quantum Theatre, a company devoted to the preservation and progression of ‘theatre of the mind’.