The Medium Theatre Company's interactive bedroom theatre is back!
A multi-sensory meditation-comedy on the nature of nothing, performed for extraordinary audiences in ordinary bedrooms
Performed by Mason Rosenthal
Co-created with Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews
Original music by Jonathan Pfeffer
Two Philly shows over Valentine's Weekend:
• Saturday Feb 13* at Deborah and Phillip's Home near 48th and Springfield SOLD OUT**
• Sunday Feb 14* at Dana's Home near 46th and Baltimore SOLD OUT**
*Note: Some flyers were printed listing incorrect day/date info. What you see here is correct.
**Saturday's show is full. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the wait list.
Both shows happen at 7PM and run one hour. Suggested donation $10-$20, collected after the show.
You'll eat dark chocolate on a moonlit beach, search for fruit in the middle of nowhere, and prepare a trip to the planet Venus with Somebody Special when you visit Nobody’s Home, the multi-sensory meditation-comedy that’s been hosted in more than 50 bedrooms around the country. This lively one-man variety show stars Mason Rosenthal as a personality named Nobody, who serves the audience guided meditations, hand-shadow fables, fresh fruit, sweet tea and foot massages, until his harmonious world gets poked at by a flock of ornery birds, rival celebrity guests, and that mischievous voice inside his own head. As a favorite at Philly's SoLow Festival, the New Orleans Fringe, and in people's homes from Skokie to Nantucket, Nobody's Home is an event not to be missed—Nobody does it better!
Praise from people who have invited Nobody into their homes:
"Nobody's Home transformed an empty house museum room into a set for a play in an afternoon; Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews and Mason Rosenthal, with a theater set in a suitcase, both confounded and enlightened our audiences. It's a journey to find nothing in nobody, which in turn defines everyone."
—Amy Hufnagel, Artist and Museum Educator, Olana, NY
"Having Nobody in our home was an amazing experience. It felt like the audience was given a little gift every few minutes, and we were all along for a creative and spontaneous ride."
—Julie Lipson, Music Therapist, Philadelphia, PA
"One of the most amazing pieces of live theater I have ever seen happened in my bedroom; gentle, challenging, bizarre, and hilarious all at the same time. Morgan and Mason cleaned up my room right after the show and made delicious popcorn. Host this play, I was so glad that I did!"
—Savannah Reich, Playwright, Pittsburgh, PA