Kelly has recently starved and over-exercised her way to success. Ph.D.? Check. Dream job? Check. Brilliant, attractive partner? Check. But the jig is up. Kelly is suddenly very sick and trying her husband’s patience. Things have to change, but how, exactly, do you stop having an eating disorder? Apparently Kelly’s recovery has little to do with food and everything to do with facing fatphobia, infidelity, and the ghost of Tony Robbins.
tickets available here
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photo: shawna jones
I’m making my Marsh debut with a new solo short called GOOD COMPANY! More details and ticketing info coming soon. Stay tuned.
I’m coming back to Solo Sundays to share a new piece called Good Company.
- Kelly walks into a bar. She sits down, orders a cocktail, and tries to ignore the women who are now staring and whispering. Why does this always happen? Is it the outfit? The face? Should she say something this time?
Sunday, July 9th @ 7pm
Stage Werx Theatre
16th + Valencia
Get your tickets here!
Come see me work out a new solo piece at the Phoenix Theatre in San Francisco. I’m still writing it, but it’s shaping up to be something like –
How to recover from an eating disorder without appropriating indigenous cultures, doing a bunch of transphobic essentializing, and being hella lonely.
I’m sharing the bill with four other hilarious humans. You’ll love them. Tickets are selling quickly, so snag yours now. You can get them here.
I Love These People From a Distance
a new solo short
Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/solo-sundays-112016-tickets-29181433453
Sunday, November 20th @ 7pm
Stage Werx Theater
16th + Valencia, SF