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Bob Birdnow’s Remarkable Tale of Human Survival

solo performance · second thought theatre · Ages 17+ · one person show · United States

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GRACE HEID certified reviewer June 24, 2013
Very well acted and written! Go see!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 24, 2013
Saw the show last night cause a friend recommended it. And I have to say, I haven't seen a piece of live theatre so engaging, so moving, and so intimate in I don't remember how long. The man playing Bob Birdnow was incredible. The writing was exceptional, and the over all experience was well worth the ticket price. If you're in LA, GO SEE THIS SHOW!... full review
ANONYMOUS June 24, 2013
Found this online. A review from the show when it was done in Dallas... Festival of Independent Theatres opens with a hit by Lawson Taitte Theater Critic [email protected] The 13th annual Festival of Independent Theatres opened at the Bath House Cultural Center over the weekend. With any event that has recurred for more than a decade, it’s easy to look back and compare its present with the glorious past. Truth to tell, the four shows (out of eight in all) that began their runs Friday and Saturday are all over the place. At least one of the early entries, though, equals anything FIT has given us in the past. That’s the show produced by Second Thought Theatre: — the world premiere of Eric Steele’s Bob Birdnow’s Remarkable Tal... full review
SEAN MURPHY certified reviewer June 30, 2013
A 45 minute, one-man show that seemed to go by in a third of the time. A wonderful performance by Barry Nash bolstered by a powerful, riveting, script which was at times harrowing, at other times humorous. The perfect vehicle for someone of Nash's talent. Thank you to writer and actor for taking me on a most incredible journey. Sean Murphy... full review

2 for 1

Two hilarious one woman shows for the price of one! It's double the self-indulgence! Double the breakdowns! And twice you’ll ask — Is she okay?

In Conclusion:

They have it all: cash, charm, and connections. Playing by different rules. So when a boy is found dead and two more stand to hang, justice is under the microscope and we have to ask: how did we get here, where are we going and do we have a choice?