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A Big Fan of Me

a One Man Show
CATEGORY :
by Dan Berman

COMPANY : Red Chair Theater [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Red Chair Theater [WEBSITE]
ID# 313

SHOWING : September 06, 2001 - September 15, 2001

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Come to Laugh and Stay to be Seduced An evening of comedic sketch, monologue, and video vignettes written and performed by The Comedy Response Unit's Own Dan Berman. Dan Berman's A Big Fan of Me will scare you, turn you on, make you laugh, make you laugh, make you laugh, make you laugh, make you cry, turn you on again, a little more laughing, a little more crying, a whole lot of scare you, a dab of infuriate, a dash of offend you, make you laugh, still laughing, clapping, crying, turn you on again, and then your laughing and crying turns into applause, make you stand up and clap, make you yell encore, make you drive home with your friends saying that was really awesome, make you comment that Dan Berman is a weird cat and very talented. Directed by Bran Peacock


CAST & CREW LIST
Writer/Cast/Producer Daniel Berman
Cast Jennifer L. Caldwell
Cast Traci Redmond
Director Bran Peacock
Stage Manager John Dixon
Sound Chris Fallaw
Costumes Meghan Kimzey
Lights Joe Ovbey
crew Chris Pierce
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REVIEWS

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A job well done by all....
by Jim
Tuesday, September 11, 2001
5.0
We just returned from the Dan Berman's evening. We talked about it all the way home. We are a group of older folks, however, we identified with many aspects, and incidents that were in the program.You did make us laugh, "listen up", and sit back and think! We appreciated and enjoyed your performance. Thank you again for all of your hard work and to all of the supporting folks around you. It was a job well done by all.... [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Offensive, brilliant, funny, and provocative
by pumpkinspider
Monday, September 10, 2001
5.0
I was unsure of what I was getting myself into when I went to see this "one Dan show". What I got was a cleverly written and incredibly well put together show that combined comedy with genuine thought-provoking statements about the world around us. The staging was amazing, I was never sure what to expect next, it was a constant surprise. I would recommend this show to anyone who enjoys a blend of comedy and editorial satire. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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