The 2005 ECNY Award Winner for BEST ONE PERSON SHOW, 'SWOLLEN HEAD' returns this June for a one month run at The Tank.

"So candid and real, it's hysterically funny."

It's a secret that was kept for a long time.

When he was 11-and-a-half, Rich Zeroth was diagnosed with a rare brain disease called encephalitis. As a result he missed 127 consecutive days of 5th grade.

That part everyone knows.

This June, he will let you in on his deepest, darkest, secret. He wasn't really sick at all.

He was faking the whole thing.

In 'Swollen Head' Rich Zeroth comes clean about everything from pretending to collapse in the doctor's office to making an appearance at the school play which was dedicated to his good health and fast recovery.

How did he do it? Why did he do it? And what did he do with all that free time?

If telling a bunch of strangers the truth behind his encephalitis isn't enough. . . wait until you see the REAL HIDDEN CAMERA surprise ending.

Written & Performed by Rich Zeroth
Produced & Directed by Jon Friedman

Featuring Brandy Barber, Sara Allocco, Gabe Liedman, Mike Barry &
Audio & video recordings & new live re-enactments!

June 7, 14, 21, 28
7:30 PM
The Tank @ Collective: Unconscious is located at 279 Church Street between Franklin and White.

To get to The Tank by subway take:
A, C, E, J, M, Z, N, Q, R, W, Z, or 6 to Canal Street
1, 9 to Franklin Street

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