I Am My Own Wife
Jeni and I went to the opening night of I Am My Own Wife at Workshop Theatre, a one-man show with 29 different characters. I had never seen a one-man show before and had little idea of what to expect out of the story, but I have to say I was very impressed. This is a show about a transvestite Holocaust survivor. I am thankful that I took German in college since there was splattered German throughout the play, although it was translated later, but it helped to follow the flow of the play. But it was very interesting to see one person portray so much and demonstrate the talent he did.
Labels: Workshop Theatre