Pain In My Asperger's

Solo Show · the jack fry solo workshops · Ages 16+ · family friendly · one person show · United States of America

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KATIEROSE ENRIQUEZ certified reviewer June 09, 2022
A funny and sweet biographical rock-musical solo show about the journeys of growing up with a disability and ultimately, not just accepting or embracing oneself, but celebrating the things that make us unique. My favorite moment is when Jeremy describes how lonesome Aspergers made him feel as a kid and what a win it was for him to discover the choir, his people. When he takes center stage despite all his misgivings and belts out "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" it is an arresting moment. It feels important and special. ... full review
KELLY MULLIS certified reviewer June 24, 2022
tagged as: Aspergers · songs · funny · heartfelt
I found this show to be funny, touching and heartbreaking. Jeremy speaks with such raw honestly and describes a life that is challenging, yet he does it with humor. His performance was endearing. ... full review
TERUKO NAKAJIMA certified reviewer June 23, 2022
Very authentic and sweet. Such a feel-good, heartwarming show!... full review
MEG LIN certified reviewer June 22, 2022
Jeremy was funny, vulnerable, and all around talented as he wittingly infused singing and playing his keyboard while sharing his endearing life story. As a former teacher, I think all teachers and students should watch Jeremy's show to better understand both the joys and challenges of neurodiversity.... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY http://www.workingauthor.com/ certified reviewer June 16, 2022
tagged as: A GOLD MEDAL
Jeremy is engaging and entertaining, and he an belt them out..... Full review to follow on theTVolution.com... full review
HARSIMRAN KHALSA certified reviewer June 16, 2022
An insightful, poignant and inspiring glimpse into life on the spectrum, Jeremy's story is equally meaningful for neurotypical people.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2022
tagged as: autobiographical · drama · Comedy · musical
This was a wonderful, intimate look about the journey of coming to terms with your own limitations and celebrating what makes you unique. The performance was nuanced and raw, and the content was heartfelt and true.... full review