Edgar Oliver stars in his solo, East 10th Street: Self Portrait with Empty House.
... a judiciously austere production... sweet and sinister... (Oliver is) a living work of theater all by himself."
- Ben Brantley, New York Times
Legendary New York theater-icon Edgar Oliver weaves a fantastical and hilarious voyage through the dark and strange rooms of his East Village tenement building; in-habited by a dwarf cabalist, possible Nazi, the landlord's former wet nurse, - and wherein lie the secrets of his family and the unbelievable odyssey that brought him there.
Presented in 2010 at PS122 as part of COIL in association with Brian Barnhart, Axis Theatre and Richard Jordan Productions Ltd
Written & Performed by Edgar Oliver
Directed by Randy Sharp
Lighting Design by David Zeffren
Sound Design by Steve Fontaine
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