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Pain In My Asperger's

solo performance · ebenstein productions · Ages 16+ · family friendly · one person show · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 05, 2017
The solo shows bring me into another person's life and hopefully empathy.... full review
MARCUS J FREED certified reviewer June 09, 2017
Beautiful warmth from Jeremy Eberstein who can make you laugh, cry, feel deeply and takes you on an eye-opening journey. He has a lovely vocal range and deep tonality in singing, and a deftness of touch that takes you lightly through a serious topic and a heartfelt approach that makes this a must-see! Aspergers is a very present challenge for some, yet Jeremy helps to break down barriers, welcome you in and see the world in an entirely new way. Recommended. ... full review
SHELLY WILNER certified reviewer July 12, 2018
tagged as: neurodiversity · vulnerable · music · funny
"Pain in My Asperger's" gives a generous glimpse into the experience of living with Asperger's, and reminds audiences of how understanding neurodiversity is vital to the evolution of human consciousness. Jeremy Ebenstein's honesty and vulnerability, delivered with authenticity, humor and music, was wonderful and heartwarming. Huge acknowledgement for his courage and beautiful zest for life. ... full review
ROM WATSON certified reviewer June 21, 2018
tagged as: funny
An interesting life story, told with a lot of humor.... full review
ELIZABETH ALAN certified reviewer June 19, 2018
tagged as: open · honest · vulnerable · inspiring · Aspergers
Jeremy brings such an astounding amount of honesty, vulnerability, and talent to this show, so glad I was able to catch it this year! ... full review
DANIEL FAIGIN certified reviewer June 17, 2018
However, overall, the ultimate story told by Ebenstein was good. It captured well the difficulties for someone on the spectrum to achieve in the dramatic field. The stories of him in school, and his attempts at forming relationships, were quite good. Luckily, Ebenstein found his music — music is a wonderful too to help people get through so much. His rendition of “Over The Rainbow” during the show was astounding; his other songs were good, although a bit less memorable. See the full writeup at https://cahighways.org/wordpress/?p=14403... full review
BAILA ROMM certified reviewer June 11, 2017
tagged as: storyteller · Love · lonliness · Courage · Strength
Jeremy's story is one that needs to be told and everyone needs to hear. There are so many people who are on the Spectrum and they are often misunderstood or dismissed all together by neuro-typical people. Everyone is different yet we are all the same inside our hearts. Great singing voice, good stage presence and excellent storytelling. Glad I went to see this show. Jeremy's message will have a resounding effect for a lifetime. A must see.... full review
RONN JOHNSTONE certified reviewer June 17, 2017
tagged as: insightful
If you have ever been courious as to how an "Aspie" encounters the world, SEE THIS PLAY!!!... full review
DANIELLE EZRA certified reviewer June 25, 2017
Absolutely love this! This was gorgeous storytelling. I left sobbing with how touched I felt just by seeing Jeremy, this incredible, right, inspiring human being reminding all of us how perfect and beautiful we are just because we exist, no matter how many times we see ourselves as having failed! It is love. The play is love. His message is love. One can receive from having experienced it.... full review
HEATHER HERINGTON certified reviewer June 25, 2017
such a moving piece. just loved it. riveted by his honesty and earnestness and sense of fun! The way he positioned himself with each character's gestures was wonderful. ... full review

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