How to be a
Groom performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
How To Be A Groom
Where do you learn how? On the street? A bar full of single friends? No! Right here, recent groom and acclaimed comic Michael Dermansky teaches guys how it`s done. Brides
This show’s the thing for any man thinking of tying the knot.
“How to Be a Groom” New York-based comic Michael Dermansky’s one man show, traveled to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last summer, where it garnered great reviews and played for a month. He has also performed at Rose’s Turn and Manhattan Theatre Source in New York City.
Kate Copstick of the Scottsman wrote: “In his subject matter he is mining a virgin seam - pretty impressive in comedy. He looked up "groom" in the dictionary, he tells us. "It said: ‘see bride’.
David Hodges of Hairline wrote: “Dermansky’s delivery is impeccable and the real highlight of the show comes in the lead up to “I do”, as the sense of anxiety mixed with a final registration of the magnitude of what he is about to do is communicated wonderfully and keeps the audience in extended fits of giggles. This guide to a great wedding is undoubtedly unique and a must have for any prospective groom.
In Three Weeks: “A thought provoking and touching attempt to fill a niche in the wedding market. Michael Dermansky delivers a fascinating a humorous seminar on the topic of getting hitched. Professor Anthony Clare would find plenty of research material for his next book on male psychology.”
The skills of a stand-up comic can come in handy
for a desperate groom.
Go to any newstand, all of the wedding magazines are for women!