Mogolov presents the world premiere of Dumber Faster at the 16th annual New York International Fringe Festival, Aug 12-25, 2012.
How can a man with a smartphone be so consistently dumb? In this solo comedy, Boston comic and storyteller David Mogolov is determined to reconcile the wonders of technology with his own rampant stupidity, digging into psychological research, internet culture, and personal history to find out if our primitive brains are at all compatible with the greatest technology we've ever known.
The show performs at The Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre, located at 115 MacDougal (at The Players Theatre). The schedule is Sunday, August 12 at 4:15pm, Wednesday, August 15 at 5:30pm, Saturday, August 18 at 8:15pm, Sunday, August 19 at 3:30pm, Thursday, August 23 at 2:45pm and Saturday, August 25 at 2:30pm.
All tickets $15 in advance, $18 at the door and are available at www.fringenyc.org. For complete information about the show, visit www.dumberfaster.com.
David Mogolov has performed comedic monologues in Boston since 2002. His shows include One Night at T.F. Green (2003 Single File Festival in Chicago) and There Is No Good News (2011 FRIGID New York). He was the director and head writer of ImprovBoston’s sketch comedy program from 2008–2010.
Steve Kleinedler directed Durang/Durang and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead for Bad Habit Productions in Boston, and twenty-four at the Philly Fringe 2011. Steve is a founding member of Shattered Globe Theatre in Chicago, and performed, taught, and directed at ImprovBoston from 2001–2011 and the Philly Improv Theatre (PHIT) since 2011.
For more about Mogolov, visit www.mogolov.com.