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Reviews for: Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother
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Jamie BrickhousePlaywright & Performer
Jamie Brickhouse is the author of the critically-acclaimed "Dangerous When Wet: A Memoir of Booze, Sex, and My Mother" (St. Martin’s Press), which was an Amazon “Best Book of May 2015,” “Required Reading” in Mary Karr’s "The Art of Memoir", and a Book Chase “2015 Top 10 Nonfiction.” His solo show based on the book, won an off-off Broadway “Audience Choice Award” at the 2017 FRIGID New York Festival. A three-time Moth StorySLAM winner and Literary Death Match champion, Jamie has recorded voice-overs for "Beavis and Butthead", and has performed at storytelling shows throughout New York City, Los Angeles, Mexico, and Asheville, NC, and has been featured on Kevin Allison’s Risk! and Story Collider both live shows and national podcasts. Jamie has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Daily Beast, Salon, Huffington Post, Out, and POZ. Find him at www.jamiebrickhouse.com, Facebook, and on Twitter and Instagram @jamiebrickhouse.
David Drake won an Obie Award for his long-running solo show "The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me." His numerous directing credits include the New York premiere of Bob Bartlett’s "Bareback Ink," both Taylor Mac’s Under-the-Radar debut in "The Be(a)st of Taylor Mac," as well as Mac’s "The Lily’s Revenge at Sundance and Here", which won an Obie Award, and for his new music-theater piece with Migguel Anggelo and Mau Quiros, "The Suitcase Project," at the BRIC in Brooklyn. With the latter, David also wrote and directed the acclaimed "Another Son of Venezuela" at Joe’s Pub in NYC (NY Mag Critic’s Pick). As an actor, David recently guested on HBO’s "Vinyl", and he costars with Alan Cumming in Vincent Gagliostro’s feature "After Louie".
"[Jamie is] an uproariously funny raconteur who masterfully wields colorful descriptors and sculpts what feels like one absorbing long-form story. His mother looms like a specter throughout it all, as he uses masterful timing to make tales of his rise and fall deeply involving and insightful." Full Rave Review in Twin Cities-Pioneer Press
“A masterful gay solo performance and tribute to motherhood; Hilarious & Wise. . .the performance is very, very funny. . .Brickhouse is ultimately a man with a big heart, quick wit, and a story worth telling. Dangerous When Wet emanates the vision of an artist who has masterfully honed his craft and richly apprehended hard won insight. We see how Jamie inherited his love for life from his gloriously vibrant mother. What a tribute!”—John Townsend, Lavender (full rave review)
5 Stars in SingleWhiteFringeGeek: "Jamie Brickhouse weaves a tale you couldn't tell just anybody's mother, but my Mom and I both liked it a lot; Brickhouse spares neither his mother nor himself but it's a hell of a story."
Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother
Written and performed by Jamie Brickhouse
Directed by Obie-winning David Drake
Click here for Dangerous When Wet sizzle reel
WINNER “Audience Choice Award” 2017 FRIGID Festival
#4 Out of 10 “Best LGBT Things to do in New York”TimeOutNY
“BEST BET” Theater is Easy
Hilarious…[and] dark...[Jamie is a] top teller.” –TimeOut New York
“As funny as an evening with Carrie Fisher.” —Interview
“Thoroughly entertaining.”—Theater is Easy
“Rib-tickling funny.” —Hi! Drama
“Stunning performer.” —NY Theater Guide
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