Sugar Happens: A One-Girl Show: Comic Story of a Nice Jewish Girl in Hollywood
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Tarell Alvin McCraney's latest acclaimed play tracks the coming-of-age of a group of talented young African-American prep-school singers whose choral prowess is woven seamlessly into the story. Pharus, the undisputed superstar of the choir, is searching for the courage to let his true self shine through, in this work by MacArthur Fellowship-winner McCraney (The Brother/Sister Plays), who's been called "without question, the hottest young playwright in America" (Chicago Tribune). The West Coast premiere reunites director Trip Cullman, star Jeremy Pope and several other cast members from its 2013 New York run. 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.