The Sad Life Of A Happy Man

Solo Show · soaring solo studios · Ages 13+ · United States of America

Content Warning one person show world premiere
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SELEMA SMITH certified reviewer June 22, 2023
Christian shared his life with honesty and vulnerability. This show was relatable to ones who are struggling with their mental struggle and he courageously shared and presented his performance with strength. ... full review
CHARLES TANGIRES certified reviewer June 22, 2023
The piece was thought provoking and relatable, especially as an actor who struggles with mental health. Tyrro impressed me with his ability to bring the various voices in his head to life on stage in an honest and unique way. The audience is pulled into the mind of a struggling actor sharing his personal history of trauma and how it’s shaped him and his perspective.... full review
STEVE BUDD certified reviewer June 22, 2023
Loved the show. It's provocative and full of good insights and perspectives on mental health. Ty is a wonderful performer.... full review
DAN PREVETTE certified reviewer June 22, 2023
A gorgeous show. Ty is a brave and truly honest performer, with an emotional depth and human complexity that can't be taught, only developed the hard way. This show is dark, contemplative, funny, moving, and hopeful. It is good from its surface to its soul, just like Ty is.... full review
RUBY MAREZ certified reviewer June 22, 2023
Congratulations to Ty on bringing mental health theatre to the forefront of the stage. The Sad Life of a Happy Man demonstrates skillful writing and a performance that sheds light on the internal struggles that many individuals conceal and are afraid to share due to shame. This work effectively portrays the challenges of navigating through darkness and searching for a way out. Something many of us can relate to. The portrayal of one man embodying multiple versions of himself not only captivated the audience but also made his battles with depression profoundly tangible. ... full review
LASER WEBBER certified reviewer June 22, 2023
tagged as: suicide · depression · emotion
This is a show with a clear point of view and a clear argument for looking after each other, especially through depression. ... full review
SAM JAE certified reviewer June 21, 2023
Really great show. Ty is an impressive physical performer. ... full review
HOLLY MCNEILL certified reviewer June 20, 2023
Such a difficult task to express the inner workings of a depressed mind, but Ty pulls it off. WOW!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 20, 2023
Funny, heartwarming, impactful, captivating and thoughtful provoking. This show helped us view the inside truth of human beings dealing with inner- troubling sadness and while the topic is very heavy and sad, Christion did a brilliant job of bringing humor to the story allowing it to be digestible and eye opening. ... full review
LUKA LYMAN certified reviewer June 19, 2023
This is such a lovely show. Ty creates an intense interrogation of the artist and identity of self. It is very effective. ... full review