Hailed by critics as “brilliant”, “masterful” and “unforgettable”, “Spitting In The Face Of The Devil” is monologist Bob Brader’s gripping and often comedic story of discovering his abusive father is a pedophile. A powerful story of personal survival and triumph that pertains to today’s focus on sexual predators, “Spitting In The Face Of The Devil” is a 7-Time Best of Fest Award Winner, including “Best Show” of the London Fringe Festival and “Best Script” and “Best Encore” at NYC’s United Solo Festival. The show is written and performed by Bob Brader and directed and developed by Suzanne Bachner. 100% of ticket sales from performances will go to Safe Horizon (learn more at safehorizon.org).
“Spitting In The Face Of The Devil” is one of JMTC Theatre’s award winning, hit solo shows running in repertory as part of the Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) annual conference in New York City running from January 13th thru 21st. JMTC Theatre is an an award-winning, artist-driven theatre company committed to creating powerful, visceral theatrical experiences that are provocative and transformative. By partnering with national and international non-profit organizations, JMTC combines art and advocacy to raise funds and awareness. Founded in London by Patrick Hillan in 1994, JMTC Theatre is based in NYC and has produced over 50 productions in New York City including Suzanne Bachner’s Off Broadway hit “Circle”, Thom Fudal’s daring production of “Othello” starring Patrick Hillan and Geoffrey Owens and Bob Brader’s acclaimed solo show “Smoker”. JMTC is the winner of 4 OOBR Awards, 14 Best in Fest Awards and Spirit of the Fringe from the London Fringe.