Full House and The People's Couch star Blake McIver presents NYC premiere of his new solo show.
Friday, October 19 at The Laurie Beechman Theatre

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Blake McIver (Full House, The People's Couch) returns to NYC with his new show LOVE, BLAKE – OR CONFESSIONS OF A CHILD CO-STAR on Friday, October 19 at 7:00pm at The Laurie Beechman Theatre inside the West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42 Street (at 9th Avenue). Tickets are $22 at 212-352-3101or A $35 VIP ticket that included reserved seating and a meet-and-greet is also available. Please note that there is a $20 food/beverage minimum at all performances at this venue, with a full bar and a full dinner menu available.

"Hey, aren’t you that kid from…” Yes, in fact it is Blake McIver, the 90's child co-star you loved to hate. From the villainous Waldo in "The Little Rascals" to the precocious Derek on "Full House" to Fran's obnoxious tap dancing nephew on "The Nanny" as well as countless other recurring and episodic assaults, Blake either made or ruined your childhood. But what is the true story behind that permanent pompadour?

LOVE, BLAKE – OR CONFESSIONS OF A CHILD CO-STAR takes you behind the scenes and beyond the characters that you know by sharing songs and stories of what was, what is, and what could've been.  Blake will take you on a deep dive into his wacky life from Star Search winner to actor, songwriter, singer, go-go boy, and more.

Blake McIver is thrilled to return to The Laurie Beechman stage after three runs of his critically acclaimed cabaret "Blake Sings Barbra: The Concert" as well as having directed and choreographed both "I Dream of Jackie" and "I Dream of Jackie 2: Jackie's Nightmare" starring the incredible Jackie Cox.

Blake McIver started his career at six years old, winning the title of Star Search’s Junior Vocalist Champion. TV and film roles include Full House, The Little Rascals, The Nanny, Home Improvement, Clueless, & The Drew Carey Show. Blake created the role of Edgar in the US Premiere of Ragtime (Ovation Nom). Other favorite stage roles include Hairspray (Link), AIDA (Radames), Chess (Freddie), & The Light in the Piazza (Fabrizio). Blake was a regular on four seasons of BRAVO’s hit social series The People’s Couch. Last year he wrote and performed the end credit song in Del Shores’ film A Very Sordid Wedding. Blake’s original music available at / @blakemciver