IT'S A WONDERFUL (ONE MAN SHOW) LIFE!, a solo performance by Jason Grossman
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A solo performance by Jason Grossman
Directed by Sharon Fogarty
Lighting Design by David Alan Comstock
3 shows only!!!
at St. Marks Theatre
94 St Marks Place, between 1st Avenue and Avenue A
Thursday through Saturday, December 21, 22, 23
All performances 8:00 P.M., Admission $12
Reservations & Info: 212.677.2770

Comic actor/impressionist Jason Grossman performs a solo version of Frank Capra's classic film, "It's a Wonderful Life." Antics, choreography and just the right touch of schizophrenia pay homage to the film while creating a heart-warming story about a man who wishes he'd never been born. Directed and adapted by Sharon Fogarty with lighting design by David Alan Comstock.

Jason Grossman (Solo Performer and IAWL fanatic) is the founder and director of Funny... Sheesh Alternative Variety Shows (a venue for non-commercial, alternative performance comedy, dance, music and theatre). He portrayed Dr. Frankenstein in Fogarty's Bride of Frankenstein: An Experiment In Intimacy and recently co-starred as the angel, Phil, in the International Fringe Festival production of 'heaven'. A founding member of the sketch groups Euphobia and Evil Twin, Jason now tours regularly with Improv Central. Additional writing credits include TV Land's Ultimate Fan Search, numerous sketches for Funny… Sheesh, and the sitcom pilot Work it Out. Jason has performed with A/NY Theatre Company and was the voice of Pecos Bill and other characters in Union Signal's production of American Tall Tales With A Twist at the Public Theatre and broadcast on WBAI.

Sharon Fogarty's (Director, Adapter) directing and writing credits include 'heaven', Feminine Monsters Throughout History, BACH Remedies ~ hysterical essays on depression and Bride of Frankenstein ~ an experiment in intimacy. Fogarty is a two-time recipient of the Workspace for Choreographers Grant and she performs regularly with Improv Central, Funny… Sheesh and has toured with Imago Mask Theatre Ensemble. Sharon's play Next to Nothing premiered at the playwright development series at Manhattan Theatre Source and will be performed next year along with a premiere of her latest work, The Overdevelopment of Scott.
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Jason Grossman, photo by Ian de Planque
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