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cabaret & variety · imaginary reality · Ages 15+ · flashing lights · world premiere · 45 mins · United States of America

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Travis thinks he’s ready for his one man show. He’s not.

“blackboxing” is a one-person show. it’s a discovery. it’s a visa. it’s an amex. it has more than one person in it. it’s pretentious. it’s a musical. it’s totally not. it may not have been written yet. you’ll love it, or no money back.

A Combined Art Form’s PICK OF THE FRINGE!!

“Matt Ritchey has mounted his best show ever, a show that would sweep the Tonys if it was on Broadway.”
– Bob Leggett, LA MUSIC CRITIC

“As a Fringe stage manager, the first 20 or so minutes absolutely slayed me. The music that Matt Ritchey has written for this piece is aggressively terrible, and the context makes it absolutely soar. Jim as the voice of a VERY weary and sarcastic stage god works BRILLIANTLY.”
– Brett Moore

“I felt personally attacked. But I liked it?”
– John Patrick Daly

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* Fringe Veteran

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