Humor Abuse Opens at Mark Taper Forum Sept. 21
21 Sep 2013
Lorenzo Pisoni in Humor Abuse
The traveling solo show
Humor Abuse officially opens at the Mark Taper Forum Sept. 21 following preview performances that began Sept. 17.
The one-man show starring
Lorenzo Pisoni that recounts his experiences growing up in a circus environment runs through Nov. 3.
Humor Abuse has been performed in various cities including New York, in association with the Manhattan Theatre Club; San Francisco, at the American Conservatory Theatre; Seattle, at the Seattle Repertory Theatre; and Philadelphia, at the Philadelphia Theatre Co.
Pisoni's stage credits include
, Henry IV and Equus The Explorers Club. He has performed on screen in "The Adjustment Bureau," "The Good Wife" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."
Humor Abuse replaced the previously scheduled What the Butler Saw, which was postponed to another season due to a scheduling conflict.
Tickets and more information can be found by visiting
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