In this one-person, multi-character comedy, Peterson Toscano finds humor in the oddest places–cancer, climate change, and even childhood trauma.
What is so funny about broken bodies? Perhaps it is how we respond to them whether it be through denial, the quest for miracle cures, or doing the impossible. This is a play about facing our fears big and small.
Hilarious, heartbreaking, revealing, and energetic, this play offers laughs and hope in the greatest times of need as we face the biggest challenges. With the help of his comic creations, Marvin Bloom and Dr. Meadows, Peterson takes his audience for a ride back into the past, forward to the future, and deep into resources we never know exist until we need them most.
Wanna know how to face an apocalypse with humor, hope, and humanity? Check out Peterson’s newest, boldest comedy.
Does This Apocalypse Make Me Look Fat?
A Comedy about broken bodies, large and small
November 13, 2014 7:30 PM
University of Puget Sound
1500 North Warren
Tacoma, WA 98416
Ingeniously framed, hilariously timed, and sensitively executed, half humor, half compassion, this one-man show will shock and delight you.
The show is hilarious, deeply moving, whimsical, and thought-provoking--a rare combination in performance art!
Alternately witty, pithy, funny, and poignant, Does This Apocalypse Make Me Look Fat? is a one person, multi-character comic meditation about broken bodies and the complicated relationship we have with them.