So, Did Brad Zimmerman End Up as a Failure in the Eyes of His Family? Find Out Next Thursday
See the production critics are raving about this July! Witness Brad Zimmerman’s My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy in Richardson, Texas at the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts.
Zimmerman tells the story of one man’s struggle to fulfill his dream and "make it" as a comedic actor in New York. The show is one part standup, one part theatrical, and all parts uproarious.
Brad Zimmerman has paid his dues. He spent twenty-nine years “temporarily” waiting tables in New York, all the while chasing a career in acting and comedy. He tells of his pursuit, along with stories about his childhood, family, and misbegotten love life with warmth, wit, self-deprecating humor, and wicked charm. Combining his years of training as an actor with his innate comedic talent, Zimmerman’s tale tells of the grit and passion it takes to succeed as an artist and the rewards that come from never giving up.
Feel inspired by seeing it today at Charles W. Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts!
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Thursday, July 12, 2018— 7:00 PM
Event Venue Location:
Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts
2351 Performance Drive
Richardson, Texas 75082