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solo performance · me myself and i company · Ages 18+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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PAMELA HILL certified reviewer June 10, 2017
Like watching a Melody come to watching Thomas Silcott in his one man show!... full review
BRIAN BENSON certified reviewer June 10, 2017
I thought this was fantastic. Thomas Silcott is amazing. Such a heartfelt, entertaining performance. The writing was fantastic and Thomas implemented it to perfection. Highly recommend this one person play! ... full review
A dynamic one-man show that weaves poetry, music, prose, vivid characters and even a few Hip-Hop moves! Thomas Silcott is a master storyteller who seamlessly transitions among the various characters of the piece. With Jill Andre's masterful direction, the audience is taken on a unique journey will keep you spellbound!... full review
MEL ENGLAND certified reviewer June 17, 2017
Beautifully written, directed and acted! Lovely intimate look at a man struggling to understand his relationship with his parents' legacy when he returns home after their passing. Tom Silcott's lovely personal portrait delivered in a jazz prose, Baldwin meets Shakespeare, directed by Jill Andre.... full review
DEBI BYRNES certified reviewer June 18, 2017
The performance was absolutely amazing; more than I ever expected or even hoped for. It was as though the actor was a young man, an old man, a female . . . just by his expressions and voice inflection he was able to portray these different characters in an authentic way. Wow!!!... full review
PAYDEN ACKERMAN certified reviewer June 19, 2017
tagged as: extraordinary · moving · poetic
Here Comes Rutherford features powerful and expressive writing, and a mesmerizing performance you are not likely to forget. Thomas Silcott is simply stunning. Please, do yourself a favor and see this show.... full review
WILLIAM J. MEYER certified reviewer June 21, 2017
tagged as: human · full of life · joyful · Wonderful
An amazing work of joy-- and a truly human story.... full review
CURTIS KRICK certified reviewer June 21, 2017
An amazing performance by a true professional. Heartfelt, funny, moving. This is the best show I've seen at this year's Fringe.... full review
Captivating. This is one person show in the classic sense. One actor, inhabiting a character living in a world. The language was beautiful and the performance very well executed. Just enough set, prop, and tech to support that performance but not get in the of that performance. ... full review
CLAIRE PARTIN certified reviewer June 22, 2017
I have seen a lot of theatre including one-person shows and this was one of the most moving pieces I have ever been lucky enough to witness. Thomas Silcott, with the aid of Jill Andre's exceptional staging and direction, has crafted a beautiful love letter to his parents. The beginning in rhymed verse segues into passages of dialogue, a reading from Shakespeare, a little stand-up bass playing and warm, simple strokes of impressions of his parents. Through various modes of expression and an amazingly intuitive knack for pacing and rhythm Thomas finds a way to make sense of his Father's passing. It is an exceptional piece of theatre. I look forward to seeing this piece again and any other created by the magical team of Thomas and Jill.... full review

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