My Mobster

theatre · joy nash · Ages 13+ · United States

one person show
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MARIA PASQUARELLI certified reviewer June 14, 2011
Joy's performance was incredibly entertaining, engaging and honest. Almost too good to believe it's a true story! Go see it!... full review
CASEY GATES certified reviewer June 26, 2011
This was my favorite story-telling of any show I saw at The Fringe. I was completely involved in this woman's journey and was laughing out loud from the writing, timing of the actress, and specificity of the characters Joy morphs into. I also was deeply moved and left with something more than I came with- an amazing feat. I look forward to seeing what work this artist will bring us in the future.... full review
TONY FRANKEL stage and cinema/bitter lemons certified reviewer June 22, 2011
Tony Frankel, theatre critic from Stage and Cinema here. I agree with the subtitle of Joy Nash's outstanding MY MOBSTER, which is simply "A Solo Play". This is not a solo "show", "outing", or "performance piece". It is a well-crafted play that demonstrates what is missing from most solo performer's autobiographical accounts: storytelling as the epic side of truth and wisdom. But Nash is not just a wonderful writer - she is a vulnerable, engaging and strong performer who deftly bounces from character to character. Even with a slew of technical mishaps at the performance I saw, Nash never became rankled. Her style is breezy and fluid, but never inauthentic. Her true account of a relationship with a charming liar who romances her in Venice a... full review