PAIN IN MY ASPERGER'S Returns To The Hollywood Fringe Festival
Actor/musician, Jeremy Ebenstein, through story and song, takes audiences through his humorous, inspiring, yet often heartbreaking story of living a life with Asperger's Syndrome. Pain In My Asperger's is playing this June as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival at The Lounge Theater (Lounge 2), 6201 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90038.
With eight original songs and compositions, Ebenstein chronicles his journey from childhood to adulthood, addressing universal issues like childhood bullying, hopeful romance, and overcoming depression, to his unique take on the struggles of everyday life, from relationships, to being able to hold down the simplest of jobs, yet always striving towards his dreams of being accepted and living a successful life.
It's a story of hope and love, not only for those suffering with Asperger's Syndrome, who need to overcome the additional challenges that Asperger's presents, but for all who have ever hoped and dreamed about making something of themselves.
The show was performed in the 2017 Fringe Festival, as well as numerous performances at The Santa Monica Playhouse, to highly favorable reviews.
The script for Pain in My Asperger's was developed by Jack Fry (Einstein!, They Call Me Mister Fry) in the Jack Fry Solo Workshops, with Debra Ehrhardt (Jamaica Farewell, Cock Tales) serving as producer and creative consultant.
Performances will begin promptly, at the times listed below. The show is 80 minutes long.