Solo Shows Continued

God bless you Art! I really enjoyed the show! It’s never too late to learn and change! … show reiterates some very important concepts that get even more important as time goes on. – Taun N.

Damn, that man has a great twinkle in his 80-year-old eye. My wife laughed louder and more often than ever. I give him credit just for being on stage at 80, and funny, too. If you’re anywhere near 80 and looking for humorous inspiration, go. – Richard C.

It was charming, thoughtful and packed with grand-Dad jokes. Art’s performance is inspiring, too, challenging the perception of what being vital-while-aging can look like. – Heather D.

Here’s the headshot used for stand-up show publicity.


And here are some production photos:


To be performed at the 2024 Hollywood Fringe Festival.

It seems like the answer to the question the title asks should be ‘Yes’, given my last name (Shulman) and the fact my mother was Jewish. But, HOLD ON. There’s lot of reasons, lots of behaviors, which suggest otherwise.



I’ve performed lots of my monologs (which tend to be complete plays, with a beginning, middle and end). This includes live and Zoom performances.

The monologues include Heavens, Graveside, My Newest Challenge, and Copernicus/Buballah.

Also, the Solo shows indicated elsewhere are monologs.

I have written other monologs not performed by myself. They may be found in the PLAYS section of the website.