Pittsburgh, PA One-Man Show

Laundry Night

Pittsburgh Fringe / Artist Image Resources - 518 Foreland St. - Tickets $15/$12
Fri 03/31/17 6:15 PM
Sat 04/01/17 1:00 PM
Sun 04/02/17 8:00 PM
Media Coverage
Sat 04/01/17 Pittsburgh In The Round “Friday Fringe at AIR” review
Wed 04/05/17 Pittsburgh In The Round “Unpredictable Treasure: The Fringe Fest Day 3” review

The musical true story of my glacial rise from obscurity to international obscurity! From the Dawn of my Downy youth, I struggled to get the songs inside outside. But when I gave up on a “normal” Win and Dashed Briskly to Gain a More Bold Biz Method, I Surfed a Tide of Joy! 2016 Elgin Fringe Festival Audience Favorite Award.


Christmas Cheer

While I’m hard at work on ‘Save The Orcs’ and the next general album, booking next summer’s Fringe Festival tour, and retro-rock opera “Rick Cosmos and the Green Things From Mars,” here are a couple of Holiday favorites for you.

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From Holidays and Halos, a Flashstock Christmas CD

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Elgin, IL One-Man Show

Laundry Night

Elgin Fringe Festival - 15 Ziegler Court - $10+$3 Fringe Button
Thu 09/15/16 9:00 PM
Sat 09/17/16 6:00 PM
Sun 09/18/16 4:30 PM
Media Coverage
Wed 09/07/16 Elgin Courier-News “Elgin festival puts the Fringe front and center”
Tue 09/13/16 Daily Herald “New acts, more artists add depth, variety to Elgin Fringe Festival”
Thu 09/15/16 The Elgin Review review: “Captain Ambivalent at Elgin Fringe Festival”
Sun 09/18/16 Elgin Courier-News “Fringe Fest brings art, music, even burlesque to downtown Elgin”
Promotional Events
Wed 09/14/16 6:00 PM blimp Raising at Blue Box Cafe followed by Preview Party at Martini’s FREE
Sat 09/17/16 12:00 PM lunch with me and Madeline Hicks at the Blue Box Cafe
Sat 09/17/16 2:00 PM half hour at Family Fringe (Hemmens Cultural Center) FREE

The true musical story of Captain Ambivalent’s glacial rise from total obscurity to international obscurity. From the Dawn of his Downy youth, Dan struggled to get the songs inside his head outside. But when he gave up seeing “normal” as a Win and Dashed Briskly to Gain a More Bold Biz Method, he Surfed a Tide of Joy!

“…a real-life saga punctuated by recurring scenes of unrequited love, noisy neighbors, and a relentless flow of song ideas. Career biography, yes — but this show is all about the music!…You’ll dance, you’ll cry, you’ll laugh and wonder why.” – Elgin Review

Winner of the “Audience Favorite” Award!

Chicago, IL Media Appearance

“The Midnight Special” with Rich Warren

Sat 09/10/16 WFMT’s “The Midnight Special” played “You Can’t Sing, You’re Ugly, And The Sixties Are Over”