TAXI STORIES - THEATRE ASYLUM'S BEST OF THE FRINGE
An 80 minute one-person show in which the author/actor, David OShea, recounts stories from his seven year tenure as a NYC taxi driver during the 1970ÃÂ¢s and early 80ÃÂ¢s
This is NYC of Ed Koch, when homeless slept on cardboard boxes in front of the abandoned Apollo theatre, Time Square was filled with three-card monte players, tall transvestite hookers, and midnight cowboys, and ÃÂ¢Pac-ManÃÂ¢ was a brand new video game.
NYtheatre.com called Taxi Stories, a vivid evocation of a now by-gone New YorkÃ,Â¦when the citys danger and unpredictability were part of its charm.
The Irish Echo said Taxi Stories is ÃÂ¢a lovely show, compassionate and realistic, created by a man who, clearly, hasn't forgotten a single detail about life in the cityÃ,Â¦ as honest as it is accurate.
(note: in some places, the audience will pick the story they want to hear next, so each evening is a little different. Some of the stories will be premiered here.)
6320 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90038
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|