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Tapping My Way to the NUTHOUSE

solo performance · jassem ink · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · 75 mins · United States of America

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C.C. SHEFFIELD certified reviewer June 09, 2019
Her talent is huge. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2019
tagged as: lovely · emotional · inspiring · entertaining · fun · legit · tap dance
Tap your way to this show... Danced Around life’s Acceptable Crazy! Bat Shit Tapping and Wonderfully entertaining! ... full review
GLORIA DEL BIANCO certified reviewer June 11, 2019
This is one great show with one brilliant actor, tapper, mime, and writer, please see this, you will love this show!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2019
tagged as: dramatic · fun · honest · energetic · tap · mime
Deeply affecting, boundary-less romp into and out of an experience few have known, performed by a super energetic, masterful storyteller with total command of both her inner and outer space. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 08, 2019
tagged as: nostalgic · scary · interesting
An inside view of what it’s like being locked up in a nut house! Crazy! Lynne is a great performer and I loved every minute of her tap dancing and the stories of her performing as a young girl on TV. Beautiful story by a beautiful soul!... full review
VALERIE-JEAN MILLER broadway world certified reviewer June 14, 2019
TAPPING MY WAY TO THE NUTHOUSE - AND BACK Lynne Jassem, a tiny, diminutive but feisty woman, tells and taps out the story of her life as a child performer, overly-smothered and pushed relentlessly by a stage-mom, who was once a Rockette, that led her into much turmoil in her following years. She re-enacts her childhood dance classes, portraying both herself as a scared little girl and all of the elders she comes in contact with, the first being her dance teacher, Charlie, who has a gruff voice while spouting commands at her to perform overtly, which upsets her greatly, crying, singing, tap dancing and shaking her way through "Sweet Little Alice Blue Gown," as her mother watches critically from the corner... full review

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