Moth StorySLAM Champion David Rodwin Brings His Hit Show Back To PianoFight
The Moth StorySLAM champion David Rodwin brings his hit comedic storytelling show F*ck Tinder: a love story back to PianoFight Nov. 23-30, where it Sold Out every show in its run there this spring.
Rodwin returns to San Francisco after months on the road with SOLD OUT shows in LA, DC, Portland, Edmonton and Vancouver, The Washington Post declared it "Inspiring" and DCist, "Hilarious and heartbreaking" as it won the Best Solo Performance award at DC's Capital Fringe Festival and nabbed a Best Solo Performance nomination at The Hollywood Fringe Festival.
F*ck Tinder: a love story is a comedic storytelling rollercoaster. After getting held up at gunpoint the night his girlfriend breaks up with him, David moves to San Francisco and goes on dates with 120 women in 2 years - in search of love, but finding everything else. From a first date hook up who unexpectedly brings along her infant, to being taken to a sex party by a woman who'd just told him "I love you," David brings you on a journey you're glad he took and you didn't. Surprisingly, David's crazy stories grow into a serious spiritual commentary on modern dating, that leads to a tale of love which takes a strange twist, giving audiences hope.
In a time when men are more reluctant than ever to talk about the realities of modern sexual relations in a public forum, David cuts through the bullshit and divulges every detail of dating in the wilds of the Bay Area where there are no agreed upon rules of engagement. Far from a sex crazed stand-up routine, David crafts an authentic and enthralling narrative in which he cuts his heart open in pursuit of that elusive connection. And it's funny as fuck.
David Rodwin (Writer/Performer) has created seven one-man shows that have played in over 30 cities in the US, Canada & Europe. His work (including 7 operas and musicals he composer) has been developed or produced at venues from The Public Theatre to LaMaMa. He's finishing his memoir Never Meet Your Idols about living and working with his mentor Spalding Gray at an arts colony shortly before his suicide, and he has also worked in the writers' rooms on TV shows from CBS to Disney.
$25 General Admission /$30 at door
$35 VIP Reserved seats