A Reasonable Fear of Tubas

solo performance · stacy patterson and express.attest.repeat. · Ages 11+ · United States of America

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HALFORD FAIRCHILD certified reviewer June 02, 2018
tagged as: Flashbacks · Jaws · sharks · Phobias · one woman · fun · creativity
A fun, mesmerizing time travel. A fun exploration of shark phobia.... full review
JESSICA CARLETON certified reviewer June 03, 2018
tagged as: fun · personal · warm storytelling · sharks
You'll never look at sharks (or tubas) the same way again! Stacy takes us on a relatable and heartfelt journey through her experiences from childhood onward. She does strong character work and has warm, friendly presence on stage. The fascinating shark facts punctuate her memory play with a dash of metaphor, and they're also really interesting!... full review
STEVE CHANG certified reviewer June 20, 2018
This is a wonderful show full of great stories and surprises. You can sit back and relax because Stacy will take care and entertain you for an hour. She has a great presence on the stage as she talks about her life in a comfortably relatable way. Kudos to her for putting together this show that many people can enjoy.... full review
VICTORIA ELIZABETH certified reviewer June 22, 2018
Stacey is absolutely wonderful! Such a fun, touching, and heartfelt story. ... full review
CURTIS KRICK certified reviewer June 25, 2018
A good old fashioned one person show with a journey I could relate to and fun characters to meet along the way. Well written and well performed!... full review
DIANE LANSING certified reviewer June 25, 2018
When an actress is able to grab my attention and keep it without me noticing an hour going by, is awesome! Stacy's story was woven seamlessly and she was so comfortable in her skin, we the audience were happy to go along for the ride. ... full review
DANIEL FAIGIN certified reviewer June 25, 2018
I’m pleased to say that the last [solo autobiographical show] I saw, A Reasonable Fear of Tubas, hit that sweet spot: a well-done autobiographical show that got its message across well but didn’t overstay its welcome. Full writeup at https://cahighways.org/wordpress/?p=14469... full review