“Perfect comic timing.”
– The New York Post
The star of one of the longest-running, one-man comedies in Broadway history (“My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish and I’m in Therapy”), Steve Solomon returns to The Smith Center by popular demand to perform his newest hilarious stand-up comedy show.
Solomon will showcase his gift for impersonations and wit by bringing to life more than 20 characters on stage, all recreating hysterical situations everyone can relate to, spanning scenes with TSA officers, doctors, and oddball family and friends.
Solomon, who honed his many voices and dialects while growing up in a multi-ethnic Brooklyn neighborhood, has performed his comedy shows for sold-out crowds across 75 cities and three countries.
Don’t miss this fun evening of gut-busting comedy!
Approx. 120 minutes
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Monday, November 14, 2016. Steve Solomon has a trusted secret to keeping his voice during repeat performances of a one-man show. “Lots of throat lozenges, and lots of water,” he says. For an actor to perform a 90-minute show alone is no small feat. But Solomon has mastered the process. The actor/comedian has built his career around writing and performing one-man shows, beginning with the award-winning “My Mother’s Italian, MyREAD MORE