Tell Me I'm Pretty

(2015 – 2016) Director, Dramaturg, and Production Designer

Spoken word artist and beatboxer Joshua Silversteins takes the stage backed by a three-piece band to playfully weave through personal narratives pertaining to race and gender constructs in America. Using devices including pantomime, beatboxing, rapping, and spoken word, this show continues to inspire, challenge, provoke and motivate. 

 


Presentations

 

April 2016

Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles


November 2015

REDCAT Studio Series, Los Angeles

 

April 2014 
Greenway Court Theater, Los Angeles

 


Press


“Silverstein set the bar high by opening the show with this high-octane one-man-show... He quickly builds upon the gimmick of entertainment by transfusing an emotionally charged narrative with captivating confessionals and spot-on cultural commentary.” —Culture Spot LA

“I saw this show and it was fantastic! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Joshua Silverstein blew us away.” 
—John Hensley, Flypoet Showcase

“That show was one of the best shows I've seen in my life.” —Kristina Wong, Actress/Comedian

“For anyone who has ever struggled with money, art, self-esteem, jealousy, race, anger, or basically just existing, I promise you it is not to be missed.” 
—Lauren Flans, Lost Moon Radio
 


Credits

Joshua Silverstein, playwright and performer

Diana Wyenn, director and dramaturg

Matt Hill, projection design

Joey Guthman, lighting design

Mark Holden, sound design

Diana Wyenn, production design

Aaron Saldaña, stage management

Damian Curry, guitar
Gerry Doot, drums
Erik Hallsey,bass

Jamais Vu, graphic design

Lynn Tejada, Green Galatic, publicity

Beyond the Usual, producer

Rosie Glen-Lambert, associate producer


Additional Links

Joshua Silverstein's Website