Tim Intravia presents From Busk Till Dawn: The Life of an NYC Street Performer, as part of the 16th annual New York International Fringe Festival-FringeNYC.
Get inside the head of one of those silver statue dudes, as presented by an actual NYC street performer. This 45-minute comedic adventure shows you what it's like to go through life as a “silver guy.” From crazy tourists to the NYPD, women with strange fantasies and constant requests to "do the robot," this laugh-out-loud show reveals why it's not easy being silver. Winner “Best One Man Comedy” 2011 United Solo Theatre Festival.
Tim Intravia’s film credits include Dead by Friday, Theo and the recently released Bill W. documentary. He has appeared on Rescue Me, Blue Bloods and the Onion News Network. He’s been a silver man in a variety of commercials, movies and awkward bar mitzvah’s. Stage Credits include Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding and Channeling Kevin Spacey Off-Broadway and the title role in the world premiere of Oswald. He has worked the streets for the last seven years as a robot guy.
Director Rebecca Yarsin’s latest credits include past FringeNYC favorites Felony Friday and Prey. She is a casting director at House Productions.
Tim Intravia presents FROM BUSK TILL DAWN: THE LIFE OF AN NYC STREET PERFORMER, August 10th-26th, 2012. Tickets $15-18. Visit www.FringeNYC.org and frombusktilldawn.com for more information.