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Reviews for: Martin Dockery: Delirium
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Brooklyn-based playwright and storyteller Martin spends the majority of the year touring his nine one-person shows and five two-person plays through Canada, Australia, the UK, and the US. At the Minnesota Fringe, he's performed The Exclusion Zone (2016), The Surprise (2015), Wanderlust (2013), and his play Moonlight After Midnight (2016). He's won innumerable Best-of-Fest awards - If you're really curious about them, please visit www.MartinDockery.com. If you like the work he's created, then please check out Inescapable, a mind-bending thriller he's written and is performing in at this year's festival. Outside of fringe, he is currently working on a fictional podcast. He has an MFA in playwriting from Columbia University.
Reviews for Delirium:
“Shout-it-from-the-rooftop acclaim for Dockery’s Delirium, a beautifully written, deftly performed, bruisingly intimate outing that offers sophisticated humor and a strong emotional punch.” -The Fresno Bee.
“5 STARS: Hilarious and harrowing… Dockery is a verbal magician.” -NOW Magazine, Toronto.
“That rare ability to vividly mix the mundane & transcendent is why Dockery remains, quite simply, the best.” –Orlando Sentinel.
“5 STARS: Delirium is fast-paced, energetic, and hilarious.” -Theatre in London.
“Deliriously entertaining!” –Orlando Weekly.
“4 STARS: A master class… A deliriously good show.” -Winnipeg Free Press.
“Provokes laughs and gasps!” –London Free Press.
“4 STARS: A master storyteller (on a) powerful journey.” –CBC.
“A madcap, heartfelt ride.” –King’s River Life Magazine.
“Masterful storytelling, volcanic energy, and inspiring spirit… Go!” –Mooney on Theatre, Toronto
“I don’t think I’ve experienced such a mass catharsis as this, but it was pretty incredible… Deeply personal, yet reflective of the human experience as a whole, [it] transcends the confines of a traditional one-man show.” –New Ottawa Critics
WINNER: Best Solo Show, Orlando Fringe.