Rob Skinner presents
A one-man show celebrating the
musical comedy of angst, with proceeds
to benefit Winchester Got Lunch.
February 8, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
ALL SEATS RESERVED: $30.00 Benefiting: Winchester Got Lunch
Imagine if Stephen Sondheim got together with Will Ferrell for mojitos and a game of badminton. Now imagine something entirely different from that, and you have “Sigmund Says” – the new one-man show from the mind and lips of Rob Skinner. He sings, he muses, he shares things you’ll wish he hadn’t. But like a video of a gruesome accident, just try to look away. Audiences from Boston to New York (with no stops in between) have enthusiastically declared Rob a “dilettante” and his performances “bourgeois” – and it’s not just the French who like him. Combining music, comedy and social commentary, the performance is at times juvenile, but is not for kids.
Rob will be joined at the historic Regent Theatre by the musicians of the Midlife Crisis All-Star Band – Michael Loria on guitar and Troy Lucia on piano – as well as some special guests.
All proceeds from this performance will benefit Winchester Got Lunch.