Writing and performing a Solo Show: Jo Tomalin talks to memoirist Jamie Brickhouse about creating I Favor My Daddy

What does it take to write and perform a solo show? Jo Tomalin talks to memoirist, published essayist, actor and and lecture agent Jamie Brickhouse about creating solo shows and his latest show: I Favor My Daddy.

“Daddy Poo adored bikinis and martinis as much as his homosexual alcoholic son. Was he a sodomite lush too? Called “a wonderful entertainment” by Charles Bush, this award-winning, darkly comic show by a 4-time Moth champ reveals that uncovering “who’s your daddy?” reveals who you are. It’s a companion to Jamie’s 2018 SFF multi-award-winning Dangerous When Wet.”

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