We’re not talking about baseball here and we’re not talking about the Michael Bloomberg approach to arranging an office (Google that if you don’t know what we’re talking about).
This piece is about a show at The Playroom Theater on 46th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues.
The show is about the life-changing discoveries made behind bars, a talent for writing and acting has to be one of the rarer prison-house epiphanies.
The story is about Joe Assadourian and his affinity for language coupled with an ability to become not just “another person,” but dozens of well-defined characters.
The comedy will have you laughing and “The Bullpen”, his 18-character solo show inspired by his own true experience follows a man who is arrested, arraigned and put on trial for a crime he claims he didn’t commit. He then finds himself judged by two different courts: once by an actual jury of his jeers … and then again by the fascinating and hilarious denizens of the “bullpen” in which he’s being held.
One man shows can go either way. This one goes that way. Don’t know what we mean?
Go see the show to find out! We’ll make it easier by hooking you up with half-priced tickets. You can find them at www.newyorkevents.co/halfprice