Funny, moving, and political, Domino’s Pizza Saved My Life offers a personal take on global events.  Combining story with songs sung in three languages, Dylan takes you from Russia to riot police, young love to the fall of empires … and other momentous moments in history.

Described by Twin Cities Daily Planet as “How you do a solo show right”, Domino’s Pizza Saved My Life was a 2011 audience favorite at the Minnesota Fringe Festival, selling out most of its run and winning the encore slot for its venue. Dylan then toured it to Washington, DC in 2012, where it was a sold-out hit at the Capital Fringe Festival.


Media Reviews of Domino’s Pizza Saved My Life (click on link for full)

From Washington Post:
“Fresco has a way of bringing the past to life and transforming frightening situations into tales that had audience members snorting with laughter”

From DC Metro Theater Arts
Dominoes Pizza Saved My Life is a rare treat of personal nostalgia, song, and wit. It’s so good, I want another slice. This is one Fringe show you don’t want to miss!”

From FringeFamous:
His wonderful and moving return to the Fringe is a can’t-miss, and you should go…A terrific way to spend a Fringe slot.

From Metro Magazine: (scroll down)
Fresco’s personal and heartfelt tales fill the room completely, drawing the audience in with an honest feeling of intimacy so often lacking in grander productions. “Domino’s Pizza Saved My Life” is an engaging, perfectly paced, meticulously performed work

From Twin Cities Daily Planet:
“Domino’s Pizza Saved My Life” is how you do a one person show right

Audience Praise for  Domino’s Pizza Saved My Life from 2011 MN Fringe:
Poignant & Poetic…well written and marvelously executed

Dylan Fresco is amazing storyteller and has a wonderful voice, whether he sings in English, Russian or any other language…

The show is fun, poignant, heart-felt, and joyful. It’s a must-see

Delightful from beginning to end

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