Publicist: Mitchell Bisschop
A heretic's wet dream! An intellectual journey through the mind of a man few have heard of, who lived a 100 yrs ago, and who's ideas and observations are as relevant today as they were subversive back then. Where is our Ingersoll today?! Who do us Atheists turn to today?! I have too many favorite quotes from this show, none of which I will spoil here…but know, that I want to! Matter of fact and respectfully anti-religion. These are not negatives for me, but they might turn some more devout people off.
WHAT I LIKED Jonathan is so funny and his perspective is unique. A relatable journey of starting over and having faith. And making connections along the way. I could have watched another hour of this! WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE Nothing, it was magic MY OVERALL IMPRESSION Engaging, funny, touching at times.
The acting was superb, the nature of the blocking was really interesting and the more I thought about it the more I liked what they did with it. Definitely well written. A fun light show about homelessness and the exploitive nature of social media. Sometimes funny, sometimes poignant. This show hits a lot of good notes.