Josh and Lindy Voeltner, his co-writer/co-star in “Dating: Adults Embracing Failure,” shot over to Sherman Oaks to talk about Pixar, Hollywood Fringe, and Patton Oswalt in the most recent episode of the “Theatre Unleashed Podcast.”
Check it out here!
Two additional reviews have come in from Stage Raw and Discover Hollywood respectively, and they are both enthusiastically positive! See below for quotes from each:
“RECOMMENDED…considerable charm…self-effacing and sassy…[and] right on target.” – Stage Raw
“These up-and-coming comedy legends deserve top billing.” – Discover Hollywood
Stay tuned for more reviews and features!
The first Los Angeles review of “Dating: Adults Embracing Failure” is in from Broadway World Los Angeles, and it’s a good one!
“This show will convince everyone we are not alone in our many successes and failures, and encourage us to just keep trying – and laughing – at our own foibles along the way to happiness.”
See the full review here: Broadway World Review
With multiple sold out houses and some wonderful audience reviews, “Dating: Adults Embracing Failure” closed out the Hollywood Fringe Festival winning one of the “Pick of the Fringe” awards, as well as the “Encore Producer’s Award!”
The show is now playing its extension at The Hudson Theatre in Hollywood. Get your tickets on the tickets page!
We’re excited to announce that Josh’s critically acclaimed two-person show “Dating: Adults Embracing Failure” will be debuting in Los Angeles as a part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. We heard there may be an opportunity to win some free swag at the shows, so we hope to see you there!
Buy your tickets here before the show sells out, and make sure to stop by and say hi after the show!
The comedy review blog Life’s a Funny Scene recently had this to say about Josh’s one man show, “Do You Want A Sandwich”:
[I]t’s clear Do You Want A Sandwich comes from a place of endearing humility and wishful graces unto its audience. Lanzet’s charisma is ever-so convincing that he’s a hopeless romantic searching for right lady.
Read more at Life’s a Funny Scene.
Check out what the Chicago Tribune had to say about Josh and Lindy Voeltner’s self-written two person show “Adults Embracing Failure” recently:
Presented in traditional bare-bones Chicago style — director Andy Eninger gives a nod to all the signposts: bentwood chairs, well-dressed performers, blackouts between scenes — the show isn’t breathtakingly unique (really, who has anything new to say about relationships?) so much as well-observed and smartly executed. Lanzet and Voeltner are both sharp physical comedians, but they’re also digging for honesty. And the show is fun.
The online magazine Dead Curious interviewed Josh recently and had this to say:
Josh Lanzet, a native New Yorker, is your prototypical modern Renaissance man – blessed with excellent comedic timing, acerbic wit, a strong singing voice (and absolutely no sense of shame), his self-deprecating demeanour tries to downplay immense potential.
Check out the full interview for more.