Rosenberg to Preview New Book 'Eating My Feelings' at the Kirk Theatre, 3/3

Hot off the heels of the success of his first book Blackouts and Breakdowns, Mark Brennan Rosenberg is back March 3rd previewing selections for his upcoming memoir, Eating My Feelings.

"Eating My Feelings is the hilarious tale of an overweight soon-to-be-gay 10 year old who is introduced to his new evil stepmother over bad eggrolls. Let the food issues begin. Follow Mark in this coming-of-age story that takes him through fat camp, a diet where he gets paid to lose weight and of course, high school. The self imagine issues continue in adulthood as Mark hires a menagerie of personal trainers, tries to emulate Julie and Julia in order to get published and attempts to date while having an imaginary relationship with Tony Horton, the founder of the P90X workout program."

A preview reading of Eating My Feelings will take place on Thursday March 3rd. A cocktail hour will begin at 5:30pm with readings following at 7pm. The Kirk Theatre on Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street bet. 9th and 10th Avenues) will be home to the event. Anyone interested in attending must RSVP to by February 27th. The event is free.

This isn't the first reading Rosenberg has hosted in Times Square. The Snapple Theatre and the famed Jerry Orbach Theatre have been home to sold out readings of Rosenberg's work that have included appearances by: Nick Blaemire (Glory Days, Bring it On: the Musical), Todd Buonopane (30 Rock, Spelling Bee), Celina Carvajal (The Toxic Avenger, Legally Blonde: the Search for the next Elle Woods), Marti Gould Cummings (Broadway Speaks OUT), Tom D'Angora (NEWSical: the musical, Diva's I've Done), Maya Days (title role in Aida, Rent), Emily McNamara (nightlife Diva, Awesome 80's Prom), Marty Thomas (Wicked, Xanadu), Marla Schaffel (Tony nominee for Jane Eyre) and Shonn Wiley (Jersey Boys, 42nd Street).

Mark was also recently commissioned to write a new web series that is set to begin filming late April/early May and will feature talent from the Broadway community.

Blackouts and Breakdowns is available at Barnes and Noble, and on


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