Total Rating: 
***1/2
Previews: 
April 2, 2015
Ended: 
April 5, 2015
Country: 
USA
State: 
New York
City: 
Long Island City
Theater Type: 
Regional
Theater: 
The Secret Theater
Theater Address: 
4402 23rd Street
Website: 
tjasaferme.com
Genre: 
Solo
Author: 
Tjasa Ferme
Director: 
Ana Margineanu
Review: 

Wild Child in the City, written and performed by Tjasa Ferme, a Slovenian dynamo, about the adventures of a single woman, shows the actress being wild, sexy, fearless, changing clothes in front of us, interacting with the audience (including having one of them tie her up), and showing us that even grooming can be really entertaining. She’s Performance Art at its highest level. She’s a Robin Williams- jumping from story to story, character to character, all fascinating. Whether discussing dating or leaving Slovenia, Ferme is a top-level comedienne with the most sensuous legs in town. She does great puppy, and when she runs, I want to chase her.

There are marvelous holographic projections by Phillip Gulley of her own image, while speaking, projected onto her face and body. She’s a star in looks, flexibility, vivid persona. A unique, terrific actress and dancer with broad dimension. They don’t make many this good, with her range.

Lily Tomlin’s first show in New York was in my mime troupe. I saw her talent and potential. Tjasa has that range of talent and possibility, and the show is directed with flair, perfect timing and great imagination by Ana Margineanu.

Cast: 
Tjasa Ferme
Critic: 
Richmond Shepard
Date Reviewed: 
April 2015