An award-winning journalist shows
how workplace diversity initiatives
have turned into a profoundly misguided
industry – and have done little to bring
equality to America’s major industries
The Women Who Made New York
reveals the untold stories of the
phenomenal women who made
New York City the cultural epicenter
of the world.
In this heartfelt and universal story, a mother and daughter look forward to their special Saturday routine. But one thing after another goes wrong. Mom is nearing a meltdown, until her loving daughter reminds her that being together is the most important thing of all.
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NOMINATIONS AND AWARDS:
EASY TARGETS at THE HOLLYWOOD FRINGE JUNE 7-24 2018
"Easy Targets" plays on how unbelievably self-indulgent and absurd some solo shows can be and turns it into the theatrical equivalent of a carnival dunk tank.
The one hour show has four monologues that all suck in their own way but are performed by talented actors who are in on the joke and relish poking fun at every overused trope. " -- Anthony Burns, KCRW
"I laughed so hard at one point, I worried that I was going to have a stroke. A collection of four deliberately terrible solo shows that are brilliantly executed to be so: all to encourage the audience to pelt the performers with rolled up socks... It’s a thing of comic beauty."
-- Noah J. Nelson, No Proscenium
"The audience roared with laughter and pelted with footwear... A Fringe masterpiece. Highly Recommended" -- Matt Ritchey, Gia on the Move
The actors are actually all really good and perform their respective monologues unflinchingly through the onslaught of socks...As a form of theatrical therapy, this piece is an easy choice.
--Vanessa Cate, Stage Raw