New York, NY
There’s a time and place for a monocle: 2021 and a Bronx high school are neither of them!
There’s a time and place for a monocle: 2021 and a Bronx high school are neither of them! A socially conscious, one-woman comedy about a Bronx teen who must wear a monocle after his dad loses their vision insurance. Written and performed by Melissa Cole.
Category: Solo Performance
Tags: Comedy, Satire, Black
Rating: PG-13 (13+)
Melissa Cole is a New York City based writer, actor and improviser. In 2017, she won Best Actress at the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival for her performance in Mo-to-the-oncle. Cole was also a past finalist in the NBC & Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre Diversity Scholarship Showcase, a showcase that features the best of New York’s rising sketch comedy actors.
Past Fringe Credits
Charm City Fringe