Nancy Redman's "At Wit's End: A Home for Retired Comics"
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Actress/playwright/stand-up comedian Nancy Redman returns to the United Solo Theatre Festival with her new one-woman show "At Wit's End: A Home for Retired Comics," directed by Bill Cosgriff. Nancy's past three appearances on the United Solo Theatre Festival earned her special awards as Best Comedian and Best Stand-Up. Wrote critic Michael Mraz in nytheatre.com: "Redman is hilarious and intriguing to watch throughout. She's been described in the past with comparisons to Woody Allen, Richard Lewis, and Jackie Mason; and while I can see the reasoning behind this...after seeing her solo shows two straight years, she is distinctively herself: none other than Nancy Redman, and I think the comparisons don't quite do her stage presence and craft justice."
Venue: Theatre Row
410 West 42 St.
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