Darkly comic, “I Favor My Daddy” is written, performed and directed by Jamie Brickhouse (4-time Moth champ and “natural raconteur” -Washington Post) with dazzling wit and unflinching honesty.
Theater is Easy awarded it “Best Bet” of the New York International Fringe Festival: "Talented storyteller Jamie shines in this one-man show…a riveting, thoroughly polished performance…that holds interest from start to finish...comedic perfection." It's a follow up to "Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother," Jamie's award-winning (FRIGID 2017 “Audience Choice Award,” “Best of” & “Sold Out” San Francisco Fringe, and “Best Bet” Capital Fringe) solo show that the Washington Post called "stylish...one of the most polished one-man shows this year."
That show was about Jamie’s drinking and sexuality, and his mother Mama Jean. This show is about Jamie’s father, and HIS drinking and HIS sexuality. In the last years they have together, Jamie reveals his secrets to Daddy Poo. Will Daddy Poo finally reveal his own? We'd sooner see a Jewish pope ordained. Shows from gay men about their relationships with their dads are rare, especially ones packed with the originality, mordant humor and poignant heart of “I Favor My Daddy”.