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Movers & Shakers

solo performance · brimmer street theatre company · Ages 13+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS June 08, 2018
One person shows can be really tough to watch sometimes. Indulgent vanity projects with performers that often can't carry a bag of peanuts let alone an hour 20 minute long show... Jon Prescott / Scott Metcalf is not one of those performers. This is a very tight, pacey and compelling piece of theatre, a brilliant and captivating story and a raw, sensitive and very skilled performance. Totally recommend it!... full review
SARAH VAZQUEZ June 09, 2018
This well crafted show tells a raw and personal story complete with a musical, joyous laughter, and painful tears. The story can feel highly relatable at times and is a must watch for anyone who has ever dared to dream and take chances. I highly recommend it. ... full review
CAROLINE YOHANAN certified reviewer June 09, 2018
tagged as: inspiring · inspirational · comedic · sincere
This show was so incredibly impactful. The journey Jon takes us on seems both surreal and hauntingly familiar. Humor and intensity are perfectly balanced in this true story that will strike an emotional chord with so many people. Time flies by and when the roller coaster of this story comes to an end, one is left feeling emotionally stirred, empathic and inspired. Highly recommended! ... full review
CHANDLER TURK certified reviewer June 14, 2018
Jon Prescott takes the audience on an often hilarious and ultimately poignant journey in his one man show directed by Annie McVey. Prescott’s ability to carry a show alone for nearly ninety minutes is a remarkable feat. His ability to simultaneously charm the audience and recount traumatic years of his life is not only due to his being a skilled performer, but is a result of McVey’s strong, yet subtle direction. ... full review
IRWIN MOSKOWITZ certified reviewer June 17, 2018
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 25, 2018
Truly amazing; an honest and vulnerable performance.... full review

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