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A Man and His Prostate

Date: Friday, November 9, 2018
Time: 7:30 PM
Calendar11/9/2018 7:30:00 PM11/9/2018 7:30:00 PMAmerica/Los_AngelesA Man and His Prostate At Tower Theatre for the Performing Arts815 East Olive Avenue, Fresno, CA 93728Website: https://towertheatrefresno.tix.com/Event.aspx?EventCode=1083961FalseMM/DD/YYYY

Tower Theatre for the Performing Arts
815 East Olive Avenue
Fresno, CA 93728
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A Man and His Prostate

Based on a true-life experience, a man discovers his inner self in more ways than one. A near tragedy is masterfully transformed into a one-man comedy, perfectly portrayed by Ed Asner in his hilarious visit to the hospital in preparation for surgery he doesn’t want.

Theatre Critic – Anna Allegra-Bennett
May 14, 2016/in reviews
Asner carries the show solo, but a series of pictures from a hospital add visual elements to the production as the play progresses. It is a thoroughly enjoyable piece of theater with a nice balance of both comedic and more serious elements. Asner is a master of comedy, and charms with his personality and distinct voice. While it is of serious health issue, A Man and His Prostate is highly entertaining while serving as a public service announcement for men to get prostate screening and check-ups.

Late Nite – In New York
May 14, 2016/in reviews
This is a seriously funny show, based on a serious subject. A life-changing week in a foreign hospital included a rectal exam, enemas, the fear of post-surgery impotence and sex after 70. A Man and His Prostate gives the audience a HILARIOUS scenario. Ed Asner makes A Man and His Prostate so gut-bustingly funny.

New York Post – Babara Hoffman
May 14, 2016/in reviews
Nearly a quarter of a million Americans are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year – about 27,000 die from it. Ed Weinberger’s stage play “A Man and His Prostate” isn’t just a play, but a public service. The good thing about this piece is it’s funny, but it’s (also) teaching innocent males and their female counterparts what to look for.


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