Winner "Best Dramatic Solo Performance" - 2006 SF Fringe Festival
Dan Carbone's multicharacter one-man show imagines a precocious baby and his reluctant caretaker, a woman who hides from this world only to come in contact with the next.
"The most brilliant and imaginatively creative mind inhabits one Dan Carbone. With only a baby carriage and rocking chair, the quirky Carbone creates an entire world of characters that have you, between tears of amazement and tears of laughter, on the edge of your psyche." -- Linda Ayres-Fredrick , SF Bay Times
"Dan Carbone is not of this earth! He is a true transplant from the real Netherlands - not the land of tulips and windmills but from a region between retardation and genius. His mind is a bridge where wisdom and infantalization cross deep waters. His mental imagery contains all the garbage that has been flung at him from kindergarten on up. The deep waters of his mind have washed that garbage and beached them in strange formations for all the view. Like seashells, they also sing the tunes of their birthplace." - George Kuchar, Filmmaker