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Hey Hollywood, My Hustle Has ADHD

solo performance · rasika mathur · Ages 17+ · family friendly · one person show · United States of America

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JEREMY EBENSTEIN certified reviewer June 15, 2017
A must see.... full review
EDWARD HONG the nerds of color certified reviewer June 16, 2017
Rasika's sheer charisma and her confidence in storytelling was the anchor that drove this beautiful ADHD-riddled show. Bold, fearless, and fiercely funny, this show is a must see.... full review
BOB LEGGETT indie voice blog certified reviewer June 16, 2017
tagged as: solo show · comedy · perfection
Rasika Mathur was simply amazing in her writing and her performance.  She took what could have been a boring personal drama, and made it into a delightful immersive experience that kept the audience in stitches.  As you can imagine from a show about ADHD, it was delightfully disjointed, changing topics rapidly while telling an interesting story about an artist discovering the cause of her "affliction."  See full review at Indie Voice Blog... full review
CHERITA ARMSTRONG certified reviewer June 16, 2017
Overall, a fun, engaging show that kept me on my toes. I definitely recommend it!... full review
SOFIE KHAN certified reviewer June 20, 2017
Rasika is a jam-packed power performer, you ain't ready for this jelly! I thoroughly enjoyed this performance from an entertainment and personal perspective. I loved the variety of methods she incorporated to tell her story...and SUCH an important story to tell! I hope it goes on tour, so many people need to hear it! Catch Rasika before her closing performance!... full review
NIKKI MULLER June 21, 2017
This show has every reason to not work and yet it does, wonderfully. It's chaotic and in a constant state of revision, as Rasika publicly confesses early on in the piece, and yet in spite of this seeming chaos, the piece moves smoothly and with brave confidence. Partially, this is because, as a piece about ADHD, the seeming disorder offers an illustration of Rasika's inner life, but even more importantly, the piece is carried by Rasika's incredible energy. As a seasoned performer and improviser, Rasika is comfortable in every situation, and makes the audience comfortable with her controlled (?) chaos as well. We are constantly moving with her from story to story, character to character, and she always keeps us on her same page, and never mak... full review
JACK FRY June 22, 2017
This was an excellent, fun, display of disfunctionality set on stage for your entertainment. Rasika is a very charismatic entertainer who you love at "hello". There is a dangerous element that no one is quite sure how this show is going to turn out. Will "Miss Frizzle" drive the bus off the cliff, or will she lead us into the unexpected and magical? It's a little bit of both. So go see it and buckle up.... full review
SONIA JACKSON June 25, 2017
This bundle of energy called Rasika has a mind that moves with lightning speed and she takes us all along for the ride. It's laugh, laugh, laugh then think and be touched, laugh, laugh, think, laugh laugh, laugh and so on. It's a solo show but if you're in the audience be prepared to possibly be a part of it. It' fresh, fun, full of life and laughter and you will be caught by surprise when you relate.... full review
NATASHA LEWIN certified reviewer June 24, 2017
tagged as: ADHD · comedy · One Woman Show
Rasika has star quality written all over! See her while it's cheap! ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 25, 2017
This show is Hilarious! Rasika is a big bowl of energy! She gives you the opportunity to be a part of the show and have a blast on stage! This show is a must see! ... full review

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