Tell Me About Your Daddy

solo performance · rainbow puppy productions · Ages 16+ · United States of America

one person show
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MELINDA GRACE certified reviewer June 11, 2018
tagged as: Gay issues · gay play · dark-comedy
WOW! Courageous storytelling of a topic universal to everyone: labels. Brilliant script and acting. This actor is one to watch -- his work is impeccable, truthful, captivating.... full review
DREW PETRIELLO certified reviewer June 17, 2019
tagged as: lgbtq · gay · infighting · analysis · daddy · fuckboy · twink · femme · solo · Freud
An interesting look into some of the causes of LGBTQ infighting, painted with some entertaining characters that are instantly recognizable... full review
PETER MASSEY certified reviewer June 27, 2019
tagged as: Intelligent · gay · social drama · solo show
Intelligent, thoughtful and ambitious writing with a committed, solid performance throughout by Ty Pickett.... full review
MARNIE OLSON certified reviewer June 29, 2019
tagged as: solo · gay · funny · Freud · Stereotypes · labels · sexy
A clever deconstruction of labels and stereotypes enacted by the extremely talented Ty Pickett. ... full review
JENNIFER CHUN uncertified reviewer June 30, 2019
Ty Pickett is not only a intriguing writer, but a fascinating actor to watch as he moves in and out of the many characters he portrays in this piece. Dumbing down absolutely nothing for his audience, he demands that we think and think fast as he tells the stories of several men in crisis and explores their identities and confining labels. ... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER uncertified reviewer June 13, 2018
Ty is a star. His performance in this show is so good that, even when I was unfamiliar with the vocabulary or the culture of the characters, I was just in awe of how charismatic and energetic Ty was throughout the show.... full review
ANGELA ACUNA certified reviewer June 19, 2018
Ty is a dynamic, charismatic performer who shifts seamlessly between multiple characters at a break neck pace. The piece is at once funny and heart breaking, delving into a community's subcultures with a portrayal that alternates between loving and scathing. It definitely leaves the audience with food for thought. ... full review
MEGAN FRANCES uncertified reviewer June 22, 2018
This play is an excellent display of Ty Pickett's talent as an actor and a writer. He seamlessly portrays 5 different and unique characters throughout the play: The Freudian "Dr." and 4 gay characters, who at first are introduced as typical stereotypes, but once the layers are peeled off to reveal what lies underneath, the audience gets to witness some very real and heart-wrenching moments. That paired with the excellent light/sound design makes for a heck of a ride. Bravo!... full review
AARON STILES uncertified reviewer June 22, 2018
This play cements Ty Pickett as a force to be reckoned with as an actor with a contagious stamina and an elasticity which snaps like a rubber band around any of the five (but, really, six) characters he communicates with. The priceless intro starts things off as a signal that you should put all your preconceptions on their head, as the infectious and exhilarating Ms. Taylor Shell begins a show about gay culture with its logical foil - the heterosexual perils of an enigmatic vagina. From this offers a springboard to let go of any expectations and let the play's fantastic fusion of truly masterful acting, poignant writing, crisp lighting and sound, to allow for the audience to be holding onto each line as if you were living it yourself. This ... full review
VINCENT GOMEZ certified reviewer June 15, 2019
Great show! I was really impressed with the writing and Ty’s ability to switch roles so effortlessly was a sight to behold. ... full review