Just when my life couldn’t get any crazier, I get a message last month while I’m in NY from the lovely Carole Real, one of the intrepid Ensemble Studio Theatre Los Angeles Artistic Directors, asking me whether I’d like to be a part of Winterfest 2016 with my play “Crazy Bitch.”
Of course there was no way I could deal with a snotty immortal jellyfish along with everything else on my plate, so of course I said, “Yes, please!”
And as it turns out, an absolutely incredible group of women signed up to play with me. Join us!
Wednesday, March 23 at 8pm
for a Winterfest reading of
“Crazy Bitch,” directed by Jenny O’Hara with Annika Marks, Liz Ross, Tracey A. Leigh and Kim Chueh.
“Crazy Bitch” is a play about jellyfish and genealogy and rogue taxidermy. In a world where unbelievable brutality happens every day, three women in Los Angeles find themselves suspended between the extraordinary and real life expectations. So what happens next?
Atwater Village Theatre Speakeasy
3269 Casitas Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90039.
No reservations necessary; tix are by donation. And yes: there will be wine.
Directions here: http://www.estlosangeles.org/come-to-the-theatre/ (Finding the theatre if you’ve never been & parking can be tricky, so give yourself some extra time!)
For you FB people, invite here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1141336239242781/
And definitely check out all of the other works in Winterfest 2016 (over 50% by women playwrights, thank you!) here: http://www.estlosangeles.org/winterfest-2016/