Photo Flash:Solomon in ...I'M IN THERAPY
Comedian Steve Solomon brings his hysterical one-man comedy My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish, and I'm in Therapy to the Aronoff Center's Jarson-Kaplan Theater from Friday, February 11 to Sunday, February 13. The show is part of the Cincinnati Arts Association's 2010-11 "Let's Play" Season.
Audiences will meet: Uncle Willie, stuttering Cousin Bob, demented Cousin Kenny, Steve's new therapist Cousin Sal and Sal's parole officer and a myriad of astounding characters we know, love and tolerate from our own families; each one brought to life on stage by Steve using his gift for creating voices, dialects, and sound effects that only add to the hilarity of each story.
According to Variety, "Steve is Alan King, Billy Crystal, a smidgen of Don Rickles and George Carlin all thrown in," while WOR Radio calls the show "an hour and a half of laughter, hysterically funny!" Having headlined throughout the United States and Europe for more than twenty years, Steve's stories relate to the wild and wacky side of the human condition. Steve's rise in the entertainment industry has been nothing short of meteoric. He has broken booking records by appearing at more locations, by popular demand, in a shorter period of time than any other comic.
Hundreds of thousands of people have seen this award-winning show. This is a "don't miss" evening of hilarious comedy at its very best. Spend an hysterical evening with Steve in his quest to defend himself against those people whose sole purpose in life was to drive him into therapy - and they succeeded!
To learn more about My Mother's Italian..., visit www.stevesolomoncomedy.com. Tickets are on sale now at www.CincinnatiArts.ORG, 513 621-ARTS , and the Aronoff Center Ticket Office.