Jamie faces his two most defining relationships, booze and Mama Jean, in the solo show ripped from the pages of his critically-acclaimed memoir.

Dangerous When Wet Solo Show Wins 2017 FRIGID Festival Audience Choice Award

Sodomite Jamie Brickhouse (three-time Moth SLAM champion) debuted his solo show, Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother at the 2017 FRIGID Festival off-off-Broadway in New York City. Ripped from the pages of his critically acclaimed memoir that Interview magazine called “as funny as an evening with Carrie Fisher,” and Paul Rudnick praised as “witty, blisteringly honest, and wickedly intoxicating,” it sparkled under the direction of Obie Award-winning David Drake. It won the "Audience Choice Award," was featured on "Page Six" of the New York Post, was a Theater is Easy "Best Bet," and received rave reviews from NY Theater Guide, Theater is Easy, and Hi! Drama..

As in the book, Jamie, faces his three most defining relationships—booze, sex, and his Texas tornado of a mother Mama Jean—in the darkly comic tour de force. With dazzling wit and unflinching honesty set against a multi-media backdrop of evocative photos, home movies, vintage postcards, and music haunted by Peggy Lee’s “Is That All There Is?”, Jamie tells the story of wrestling way too close to—and later loose from—booze, sex, and his bombastic, adorable Mama Jean.

Praise for Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother written & performed by Jamie Brickhouse & directed by David Drake

"It’s a mighty piece masquerading as a small one-man show. Jamie Brickhouse is a consummate storyteller full of southern charm and NYC erudite sophistication. He’s a stunning performer that makes you feel so comfortable walking through his memories that after the show you feel you have a new friend. He’s definitely the kind of performer who makes hard work look effortless on stage." –NY Theater Guide

Dangerous When Wet is a sure thing....an emotionally packed show where there is never a dull moment.... If you see only one show in the Frigid Festival, Dangerous When Wet is a great choice.” –“Best Bet” Theater is Easy

“Jamie Brickhouse can do it all: storyteller, memoirist, actor, mimic, narrator, dancer, comedian and, best of all, survivor....This is an especially well-done one-man-show: intelligent, literate and rib-tickling funny. Go see it, you’ll love it. The laughs come at such a rapid pace that you won’t shed a tear until maybe the end.” –Hi! Drama