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Show Up

December 9, 2017 @ 9:30 pm

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One event on December 10, 2017 at 4:00pm

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International Hit “Show Up” Flips Toronto Audience’s Life Experiences Into Solo Comedy Show at Social Capital December 9 & 10

TORONTO, ONTARIO – Following critically acclaimed, sold out runs in NYC and at the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, SOULO Theatre and Tracey Erin Smith presents Peter Michael Marino’s semi-improvised, semi-scripted, solo comedy “Show Up” which makes its Toronto debut on December 9 at 9:30 p.m. & December 10 at 4:00 p.m.

This one-man, comedic, interactive, spin on the traditional solo show is all about the good, bad and ugly experiences of the audience – who also lend a hand in the set & sound design. And there’s a party!

★★★★★ “A performer of great intelligence, wit and energy.” – Bunbury Magazine
★★★★★ “Hilarious!” – Front Row Center
★★★★ “Hilarious!” – Broadway Baby
★★★★ “Well worth showing up to!” – Fringe Guru
★★★★ “Hilarious! – The Wee Review
“A whirlwind hour!” – The Scotsman
“Rare and special work. Highly recommended!” – The Fringe Review
“Hilarious!” – TimeOut New York
“A keen and witty mind” – Edinburgh Reporter
“An unforgettable experience!” – The Sick of the Fringe

About Peter

Peter Michael Marino is a New York City native and the creator/co-producer of SOLOCOM, which has launched over 400 world-premiere comedies at The People’s Improv Theater. His internationally acclaimed solo comedy “Desperately Seeking the Exit” chronicled the unmaking of his West End musical flop “Desperately Seeking Susan” – receiving 5-star reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe and Adelaide Fringe, and a London transfer. His 2015 solo chat show spoof “Late with Lance!” played everywhere from NYC to London. Directing credits include: Amy Marcs’ “Nice T!ts,” Mark Demayo’s “20 & Out,” and Mark Giordano’s “Mad Man.” His production company credits include “David Carl’s Celebrity One-Man Hamlet,” “David Mills: Shame!,” Charles’ “Moby Alpha,” and “Joe’s NYC Bar.” More info at: www.petermmarino.com