Synopses & Reviews
With the Christian men's movement as strong as it is, performing groups should consider Father's Anonymous--a two man show that takes the audience from birth to old age. Written as a sketch revue, the work has snappy dialogue, great humor, and a poignancy found in few other such revues. Originally toured by Jim Custer and Bob Hoose, this episodic tour de force runs the gamut from a hysterical view of a new father through 'Toys, ' a heart-breaking reminder of the desperate need elderly parents have for the love of their children. 'A sure-fire hit.'
Written as a sketch revue, this work has snappy dialogue, great humor, and a poignancy found in few other such revues.