Sugar Happens: A One-Girl Show: Comic Story of a Nice Jewish Girl in Hollywood
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God's Gypsy is the boldest, sexiest play you'll ever see about a 16th-century Catholic church reformer. Spoiled with beauty and riches as a young girl, Saint Teresa of Avila embarked on a journey of youthful romance, Spanish Inquisition-era cloak-and-dagger political dealings and fits of spiritual rapture on her journey to becoming one of history's great mystics. Adapted from Bárbara Mujica's acclaimed novel Sister Teresa, God's Gypsy is a riveting account of sisterhood, faith and the miracle of salvation through one woman's personal relationship with God. Learn More
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“One of the hottest one-woman shows ever!” -IN Magazine
“Rachel Bailit is brilliant. Sugar Happens…reminds us, in the performance of Rachel Bailit, what truly great acting really is.” _-Beverly Hills Outlook_
“Filled with biting one-liners and heartfelt moments…A passionate, hysterical portrayal…” —Tolucan Times
“Rachel Bailit is a dynamic delight…A well written, directed, and performed laugh riot” - Tolucan Times
Critic’s Pick for Weds May 12 in the Jewish Journal
“ Bailit masterfully works the audience as she recounts hilarious stories of her childhood and career path. ” -Backstage West
Rachel Bailit trained at the Lee Strasberg Institute and has performed with the Second City. She has a recurring role on _General Hospital _and appears in the films _Festival In Cannes _and _How the Grinch Stole Christmas. _She was recently featured in NY Resident Magazine as an “up and coming New York stage Actress.” She has been performing the show in workshop off-broadway at St. Luke’s Theatre, a half a block from Times Square, and also workshopped the show at The Lee Strasberg Theater Institute in L.A.