INSIDE ALBERT’S HEAD is a one-man show about Albert Herz, a likeable older man with a Forest Gump-like ability to solve crime. As Albert gives us his lengthy award acceptence speech, we’re given a window into his bizarre, yet charming method of going through life. Created and performed by David Ackerman, INSIDE ALBERT’S HEAD is clearly a labour of love; it’s palbable how much Ackerman enjoys playing this character. Herz is a great character, and Ackerman is clearly in his elemement playing him; what he needs now is to turn his attention to narrative structure and plot development. As much as I liked Albert, I was never clear on direction or purpose, and Albert deserves both. But it’s early in the Fringe so perhaps Ackerman and Albert are just getting warmed up.