Joy (premiere 1988) – An autobiographical portrait of “An Artist as a Young Jew.”
Through movement and conversation directed to imagined relatives in the audience, Mr. Pimsler describes his childhood in New York City, his abbreviated career as an attorney, and his eventual emergence as Artistic Director of SPDT.
“If he wants yet another career, Pimsler might consider stand-up comic. In this work, he is Columbus’ answer to Woody Allen.”
– The Columbus Dispatch