Dangerous When Wet, comedy - theater

Monday, February 17, 5pm
Shelter Theater, Vicente Guerrero 4, Col. San Rafael
$200

Dangerous When Wet, comedy - theater

"Dangerous When Wet" is Jamie Brickhouse’s alcoholic odyssey from small-town(Beaumont, TX) sissy to louche Manhattanite that’s wickedly intoxicating as he hits bottom and discovers he can’t escape the all-consuming love of his mother Mama Jean. A Texan Elizabeth Taylor with the split personality of Auntie Mame and Mama Rose, she never has a thought she doesn’t speak and unwittingly helps Brickhouse become an out, proud, gay, HIV-positive man in recovery. Darkly comic, it’s the theater lovechild of Elaine Stritch At Liberty and Drew Droege’s Bright Colors and Bold Patterns.

Dangerous When Wet is Jamie Brickhouse’s alcoholic odyssey from small-town(Beaumont, TX) sissy to louche Manhattanite that’s wickedly intoxicating as he hits bottom and discovers he can’t escape the all-consuming love of his mother Mama Jean. A Texan Elizabeth Taylor with the split personality of Auntie Mame and Mama Rose, she never has a thought she doesn’t speak and unwittingly helps Brickhouse become an out, proud, gay, HIV-positive man in recovery. Darkly comic, it’s the theater lovechild of Elaine Stritch At Liberty and Drew Droege’s Bright Colors and Bold Patterns.

Developed on the storytelling stages of New York City and based on Brickhouse’s (four-time Moth StorySLAM champion; voices on Beavis and Butthead) critically-acclaimed memoir that Interview called “as funny as an evening with Carrie Fisher,” and playwright Paul Rudnick praised as “witty, blisteringly honest, and wickedly intoxicating,” it’s a show for the Will and Grace crowd, former and current alcoholics/addicts, the sober set, LGBTQ+, parents of LGBTQ+, and anyone who’s ever had a mother or is a mother.

Developed on the storytelling stages of New York City and based on Brickhouse’s (four-time Moth StorySLAM champion; voices on Beavis and Butthead) critically-acclaimed memoir that Interview called “as funny as an evening with Carrie Fisher,” and playwright Paul Rudnick praised as “witty, blisteringly honest, and wickedly intoxicating,” it’s a show for the Will and Grace crowd, former and current alcoholics/addicts, the sober set, LGBTQ+, parents of LGBTQ+, and anyone who’s ever had a mother or is a mother.

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