The Hollywood Fringe Presents THAT'S WHAT SHE DIDN'T SAY, Now Through 6/26
THE 2014 HOLLYWOOD FRINGE FESTIVAL PRESENTS The World Premiere of That's What She Didn't Say: A True Story of Taboo, Redemption, & Musical Theatre, written and performed by Bonnie Joy Sludikoff, directed by Jessica Lynn Johnson.
Opening June 10th and running through June 26th, 2014.
In Musical Theatre, "When emotions are too big to speak, you sing." But what happens when you don't think you're allowed to have emotions in the first place? This one-woman play (with music) shares the journey of a girl with too many secrets to carry in her backpack, a desire to be free, and the tendency to say too much. Will she find the courage to say what matters? Find out in the world-premiere of Bonnie Sludikoff's one-woman show, That's What She Didn't Say: A True Story of Taboo, Redemption, & Musical Theatre.
About That's What She Didn't Say:
TWSDS is a highly up-close-and-personal story that presents a brutally honest, sometimes funny, sometimes awkward, and often irreverent look at the most important things everyone sees, but no one talks about. Join the conversation in the first run of this important show!
Biography: Bonnie Joy Sludikoff (writer, performer) Bonnie was the 2012 winner of Hollywood's Cabaret Idol, and performed her solo cabaret show Bonnie Sludikoff: In My Own Words for a packed audience for a 2-night engagement. She is a parody-writer, an improviser, and incredibly prone to embarrassment. You know how most people have one pretty good embarrassing story? HAH! Bonnie accumulates embarrassing experiences the way the Duggar family has children: regularly and publicly.