The Father, The Son & The Holy Sh!t

solo performance · midnight drive productions · Ages 16+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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Review by LAURA CHAPLIN
June 16, 2016 certified reviewer

What I liked

The amount of moxie ;) it took to get up on stage and split open his life for a room full of strangers is inspiring.

What I didn't like

He needs more booze.

My overall impression

The show is aptly named since “Holy Shit” is what you will be thinking throughout; that and “This can’t be true” and then “Holy Shit” again as you realize that it is true. Shadley gives you a raw and real look into a story that if told any other way would be sad but he injects humor in such a way that you’ll be laughing the whole time.

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