What Should be the Fear- A One-Man Show


  • Muse Arts Warehouse 703 Louisville Road Savannah, GA, 31401 United States

In 2012 Ralf Jean-Pierre rode his bicycle 4000 miles around the United States performing one-man Shakespeare scenes on the streets by himself. Why? Because he was afraid.

WHAT SHOULD BE THE FEAR is a one-man show that tells the unbelievable true story of a mythic, American vision-quest, featuring oddball characters, an original blues-rap score, a gutsy take on Shakespeare, and one lunatic man.

Co-written and directed by Jolie Tong, experience this unique Shakespearean performance presented by Savannah Shakes, features original music written by guest artist Ralf Jean-Pierre. Performances are Thursday and Friday, August 4th & 5th, 8pm. Tickets are available at the door, suggested donation price: $10 general admission, $5 seniors, students and military.

Ralf received a BFA in Performing Arts from Savannah College of Art & Design, apprenticed with world renowned clown performer, Eric Davis and studied with Yale Physical Acting & Clowning teacher, Christopher Bayes. Ralf interned at The People's Improv Theater, where he completed their entire improv program, as well as Dance New Amsterdam, and the Actor's Movement Studio in NYC.