Tuesday, April 27, 2010

CHOP feedback from a fellow solo performer

I recieved this really generous quote about CHOP from Martin Dockery today in my e-mail. Martin and I both had one-man shows at the Phoenix Fringe Festival earlier this month.

"For anyone who's ever felt themselves to be lost in the modern day Labyrinth of office cubicles, sinking ever deeper into a life of irrelevance, CHOP proves that meaning can come from the most unexpected places. The same can be said of Brad McEntire's engaging performance, turning a story about a loner's introduction into the world of amputation fetishists into a universal tale about finding one's own place in life."
~ Martin Dockery, Storyteller and Solo Performer,
Creator of THE BIKE TRIP

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