The Birdmann in Momentous Timing

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5 thoughts on “The Birdmann in Momentous Timing

  1. You can add “burlesque” to the mix. I originally described The Birdmann as “if vaudeville and the circus-side show had a baby,it would be The Birdmann”.

    The Birdmann is one of the quirkiest and fringiest of shows I’ve seen. I love the deadpan humour, and juggling of unusual objects.

    The audience on opening night was mixed (a wide variety of ages) and very engaged. Get tickets early – he’s sure to be popular.

    • Very invotmarife and trustworthy blog. Please keep updating with great posts like this one. I have booked marked your site and am about to email it to a few friends of mine that I know would enjoy reading

    • Even though your foul prepubescent rantings are mildly amusing, your tiny “peepee” mockery is wasted on me. Save it for someone more (or less) qualified.And the proper term is ‘little people”, not midgets.

  2. Just went to see Lightning Bugs…terrific energy, really clear dialogue, and a fun story. These two actors are very talented — a must see, even if it is only half an hour!

  3. The Birdmann is back, and even better than before! I absolutely loved Momentous Timing, and all I can say is SEE IT, as his style of theatre is nearly impossible to describe.
    Birdmann’s magic is that he makes you laugh out loud, but he somehow also makes you care deeply about him. It is a unique sort of connection that he forges with his audience that I have never seen done quite so effectively as in his shows.

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