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All the Rage - Off-Broadway

Martin Moran stars in his self-penned solo show about the human condition.

Thumbs Up! Martin Moran Is Riveting In the New Solo Show All the Rage

Thumbs Up! Martin Moran Is Riveting In the New Solo Show All the Rage
Martin Moran in 'All the Rage'
Martin Moran tackles life's big questions with wit and originality.

Martin Moran looks like the least angry man on the planet. Slender and soft-spoken, he exudes a mild-mannered friendliness that would make him a welcome dinner party guest. But don’t be fooled: This veteran of Broadway musicals such as Titanic and Spamalot has plenty of reasons to write a show called All the Rage. A survival of sexual abuse by a camp counselor (detailed in his acclaimed 2004 solo piece The Tricky Part), Moran had an evil stepmother, a depressed younger brother and a long history in therapy. Thankfully for off-Broadway audiences, he has again transformed his angst into a beautifully written and performed solo show, which opened on January 30 at the intimate Peter Jay Sharp Theatre. All the Rage tackles the big questions—how to create a meaningful life, how to hold on to your sanity in a crazy world, how to move from anger to forgiveness—with wit, originality and, best of all, modesty. Improbable as it might sound, Moran creates a riveting evening surrounded by nothing more than a globe, a map of Manhattan, a stack of pamphlets and an old-school overhead projector. Get tickets for All the Rage, and see for yourself how he does it.

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