"The Chronic Single's Handbook" and its reworked, retitled sibling "God Bless Cambodia," are 55-minute solo shows about a chronically-single guy who takes a trip around the world hoping to change his luck with love.
Both one-man plays are sweet, innocent, occasionally naughty, slightly true, and combine the personal journey of "Eat, Pray, Love" with the naive silliness of "The 40-Year-Old Virgin."
★★★★ "Ross's honesty makes the self-deprecating voyage of sometimes lurid self-discovery a lot of fun to watch." -- Winnipeg Free Press (Winnipeg fringe festival)
"Ross puts on a delightful show that kept the crowd laughing at all the right times. A Fringe show that is worth seeing — for the chronically single or very married alike." -- WatermarkOnline (Orlando fringe festival) "Sharply funny" "Some of life's tougher punchlines" "A quality solo show" -- FringeReview (Edinburgh fringe festival)