Steve Solomon's My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm In Therapy!
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The last date listed for My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm In Therapy! was Sunday September 4, 2011 / 5:30pm.
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Loved it. Laughed non-stop for 2 hrs (as did the entire audience -- and they were not all from NY ;-) ). The guy is amazing. The seats from Goldstar were excellent -- 2nd row center. Highly recommend this event for a great nite out. Also, being in Gaslamp area, you can have a great dinner afterwards near the Lyceum Theater.
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We loved this 1 man comedy play. We could relate with all the ethnic, cultural and aging stories and jokes. Tobin is an extremely talented comedian and actor. He instantaneously switches roles, changes dialects and imitates all kinds of sounds. ...continued
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“Amazing! Hysterical! A wonderful show! I still hurt from laughing!” —Broadway World.com
“A laugh-fest!” —Hadassah Magazine
“Hysterically funny! Non-stop laughs all the way! I can’t recommend this show enough, it’s just great!” —Regis Philbin, Live With Regis & Kelly
In this one-man, award-winning comedy show, you’ll meet the myriad of astounding characters in Steve Solomon’s family through actor Ron Tobin’s unique perspective and gift for storytelling. You may recognize someone you know in your own family when you spend an evening learning about this boisterous crew via the many voices and characters brought to life by this extremely versatile and talented entertainer.
This international hit comedy, written by Steve Solomon, portrays Steve’s quest to defend himself against those people whose only purpose in life is to add chaos to his. Come and see that you’re not the only one who comes home from “a family dinner with heartburn and a headache.” * *