‘The Nonsense’, the one man play starring Andrew Kazamia, has received a 5-star review from fringeguru.com on its last run at the Komedia Studio as part of the Brighton Fringe.
After several years away, Andrew will be back on stage. You can see him in a one man play called ‘The Nonsense’. It will be on at the Komedia Studio Bar in Brighton as part of the Brighton Fringe Fesival 2011.
Another review for ‘Whatever Gets You Through The Night’
… In this story Hildebrand is David a 45 year old mechanic from Rd Hook N.Y. who cannot seem to get a break. Beseiged by a series of 4 am calls from the chippie he’s ben dating, David is forced to deal with her immaturity as well as a next door neighbour bent on playing an electric guitar. Hildebrands ability to assume the mental bleariness that comes from being awakened unexpectaedly is hilarious.
Where the first piece was offered directly to the audience, the script is almost exclusively performed as one half of a series of phone calls including those David makes to his girlfriend’s brother each time she threatens to harm herself. This is very difficult to master, and Hildebrand’s deadpan delivery is so believable one completely forgets he is talkng into a prop. Director Paula Malcomson steers Hildebrand down the right path as this somewhat surrreal situation never crosses the realm of the farcical.
This piece has a great twist that serves as the perfect button for the evenings entertainmant.
By Dink O’ Neal
Jan 19th 2010
‘Whatever Gets You Through The Night’ showing now
WHATEVER GETS YOU THROUGH THE NIGHT
Starring Dan Hildebrand
Written by Andrew Kazamia
Directed by Paula Malcomson
Sidewalk Studio Theatre
4150 Riverside Drive, Toluca Lake, CA 91505
2 doors east of Priscilla’s Coffee Shop
Reservations: 323 960 5650
Thursdays at 8pm
(2 doors east of Priscilla’s Coffee Shop)
January 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
Trust Me and Everything to be screened at the UK Cypriot Film Festival
Trust Me and Everything can be seen at the Phoenix cinema in East Finchley on the 6th March at 6.00pm
Tenth Award for Trust Me
On June 7th Trust Me was awarded Best Feature at the Swansea Life Film Festival
Two More awards for Trust Me
Trust Me was awarded Best UK Feature film at The End Of The Pier Film Festival on Saturday 3rd of May. It also won Best Actor for Enn Reitell.
Andrew on ITV Meridian News
Andrew Kazamia was today interviewed on ITV Meridian News, for his feature film Trust Me‘s participation in the Eastbourne Film Festival.
The video can be seen by clicking here.
Braunschweig International Film Festival Photos
Andrew Kazamia receiving an award from festival sponsor, Volkswagen Bank.
Andrew Kazamia on stage with the other winners and Hanna Schygulla who was given a lifetime achievement award.
Last night Andrew Kazamia, the writer and director of Trust Me, won the Der Heinrich award at the Braunschweig International Film Festival in Germany. The award is for best first time European feature film director and is voted for by the audience.