On October 22, 2009, Orlando Weekly said of my performance, Bride of Wildenstein – The Musicial, that it was “a one man riot of wit”.
At the time Bride of Wildenstein was on the Orlando leg of its tour at Avalon Gallery and Cameo Theatre.
In a followup review, Orlando Weekly commented on the “clever camp” of the production and noted that, “Marsian’s puppets have personality”
In Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical, an aging socialite grows fur and claws to recapture her philandering game hunter husband’s attention. Using puppets and masks to augment the body, this solo cabaret performance playfully unpacks desire and the contagion of identity with songs that examine the making of a monstrosity.