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INGERSOLL SPEAKS!

solo performance · lean dog mean dog productions · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 03, 2017
tagged as: History · Ingersoll · Americana · Constitution · humor
Very nice piece of theatre with an interesting subject, well written, well performed.... full review
JANET MILLER certified reviewer June 03, 2017
Don't miss this Solo Show! AND, in the spirit of Ingersoll, you get a free book as a Bonus! Win-Win! ... full review
LORETTA CARSTENS June 04, 2017
An extraordinary and timely piece. It is witty and stunningly prescient. An actor with the range of Hal Holbrook would have been able to bring Ingersoll to full bore, letting us savor him joyfully, instead of having to leave, wishing for more of those stunning quotes wanting to know what the MAN was feeling, and what drove him to dare to speak in spite of vilification and because he was sought after and honored in his time. We know this because the writer thoughtfully prepared material which told us far more than the performance. Ingersoll lived and moved his generation -- as he should move ours. ... full review
REBECCA KLINENBERG certified reviewer June 11, 2017
tagged as: original · Authentic · relevant · inspiring · palpable
Thank you for reviving an art form and the brilliant words of a man who can still inspire us now. You have captured and shone light on a path that will bring peace to our world, if only people would listen.... full review
NICUSOR CIUMACENCU certified reviewer June 13, 2017
A true gem.... full review
ABBY SCHACHNER certified reviewer June 13, 2017
tagged as: passion · the man!
Ernest is a passionate writer/performer, and I always leave his shows smarter and more 'aware' than when I entered. He is likable, lovable, earnest, and he always cares about his subjects so much that love just spills into the audience. His shows are always such a treat. Hmmm... now that I think about it, I probably ought to see it a second time.... full review
AIMEE LEVEY certified reviewer June 19, 2017
Ernest brought this man's story to life for me in a very vivid and engaging way staring straight into the eyes of each audience member. This one man show is educational, moving and inspiring. Definitely go see it.... full review
BILL BERRY certified reviewer June 19, 2017
A fun, informative and greatly theatrical evening. Recommended!... full review
JAMES HARMON BROWN June 20, 2017
tagged as: smart · witty · prescient · beautifully acted.
I thought it was intelligent, witty, scary (in its prescience regarding current events) and beautifully acted and constructed.... full review
RICHARD LUCAS June 20, 2017
tagged as: Intelligent · Inspired · historical · GO!
Should be called INGERSOLL ROCKS! My goodness I enjoyed this show. A beautiful and inspiring solo piece about an American patriot and thinker who’s been virtually ignored by history, yet whose words and advice on saving our democracy are powerful and necessary even today. So well performed by Ernest Kearney. Thank you for bringing it to Fringe in such a time of need! Kearney manages to give the 19th century “great traveling orator” feeling/presence, yet made it 100% conversational, so I was able to imagine him both at the podium of an arena, as well as at the dinner table buttering a dinner roll, smiling confidently, knowing that his arguments, filled with inspired turn of phrase and based on science rather than faith, were feet-on-the-groun... full review

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