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Fish Out Of Whiskey:A Lawyer Who Just Wants You Off His Case

solo performance · speciality grain productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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COREY LYNN HOWE certified reviewer June 22, 2015
I enjoyed the hell out of this show! Wade is engaging and charming throughout, sharing his story and making it relatable to everyone watching. I definitely recommend seeing this show. ... full review
ANDREW AMANI certified reviewer June 28, 2015
Often times we see actors play lawyers on film and television. Here, we got a chance to see a lawyer BE an actor. Wasn't really sure what I was expecting, maybe some oratorical debate of some sort, or at the very least something with a lot of lawyer jargon that would be hard to follow. But Wade delivered an endearing, humorous, life story that was so engaging and entertaining that if I didn't laugh out loud during some of it, I was smiling the entire time. Great credit to his wife for a well written and well constructed story. Congratulations to the both of you!!!... full review
HEATHER DOWLING certified reviewer June 28, 2015
tagged as: funny · Engaging · charming
In the program for Fish Out of Whiskey, Wade Skalsky's bio says he "is not an actor. He does not have a headshot, an IMDB page, or any kind of reel." Lucky for us, what he does have is a GREAT sense of humor and natural instincts for comedic timing - and any "real" actor will tell you, those are GOLD! Wade tells a story that is funny, engaging and perfectly self-deprecating. He may not be an actor, but he is a gifted story-teller who should keep finding ways to bring his quick wit to life!... full review
ADAM SCOTT WEISSMAN certified reviewer June 30, 2015
When you meet Wade, he is a charming and magnetic presence. This certainly carries over to his presence in stage. His show has moments in it that had me laughing uncontrollably. The narrative is only loosely tied together, but the ride is so fun that you don't mind. Wade tells the story so engagingly and makes possibly the most hilarious use of lighting cues I've seen at Fringe.... full review