How to be a Groom performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

How To Be A Groom

Where do you learn how? On the street? A bar full of single friends? No! Right here, recent groom and acclaimed comic Michael Dermansky teaches guys how it`s done. Brides

This show’s the thing for any man thinking of tying the knot.

“How to Be a Groom” New York-based comic Michael Dermansky’s one man show, traveled to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last summer, where it garnered great reviews and played for a month.  He has also performed at Rose’s Turn and Manhattan Theatre Source in New York City.

Kate Copstick of the Scottsman wrote: “In his subject matter he is mining a virgin seam - pretty impressive in comedy. He looked up "groom" in the dictionary, he tells us. "It said: ‘see bride’.

David Hodges of Hairline wrote: “Dermansky’s delivery is impeccable and the real highlight of the show comes in the lead up to “I do”, as the sense of anxiety mixed with a final registration of the magnitude of what he is about to do is communicated wonderfully and keeps the audience in extended fits of giggles. This guide to a great wedding is undoubtedly unique and a must have for any prospective groom.

In Three Weeks: “A thought provoking and touching attempt to fill a niche in the wedding market.  Michael Dermansky delivers a fascinating a humorous seminar on the topic of getting hitched.  Professor Anthony Clare would find plenty of research material for his next book on male psychology.”

Illustrations for the book, Whatever You Want Dear: or, How to be a Groom

The skills of a stand-up comic can come in handy
for a desperate groom.

Go to any newstand, all of the wedding magazines are for women!

Special Figurines for the top of the cake

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