Bonnie in Brighton: Theatre Asylum's Best of the Fringe
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A sold-out critical hit Off Broadway and a big winner at this year's Hollywood Fringe Festival, the raucous comedy Women cleverly retells the beloved story of Louisa May Alcott's March girls as if it were an episode of Lena Dunham's HBO show Girls, complete with the ready-made hashtag #bethdies. And it isn't much of a stretch to imagine Jo, Amy, Beth and Meg existing in both worlds, especially in this fast-paced and keenly-observed series of sketches. Written by Chiara Atik, the show earned a New York Times critics' pick and scored several awards at the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Fest, including Top of the Fringe and Best Comedy. Learn More
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“This one-woman show about an American girl who falls in love with Brighton in her year out is a revelation, thanks to an extraordinary performance from Erin Parks." -_-Brighton Festival Review _
“…brilliant piece of writing and performance. Go and see it. I mean, go and see it. Six stars if I could.” —FringeReview
The US Premiere of this moving and funny one-woman show about a Texan girl’s unconventional adventures in a British seaside town. This hit coming-of-age story has already wowed British audiences. Part travelog, part love-letter to a city, the show explores the idea that sometimes you have to pretend to be someone else to find out who you really are.
Erin Parks-Winner Best Female Performer Brighton Festival said:
“I’m really excited to finally be doing this show in America and the first Hollywood Fringe! Perfect timing! It was originally written for me to do here but I ended up staying in the UK for five more years. Anyone who has ever moved to a strange city, not knowing anyone will relate to the highs and lows of my adventure.”
Beautifully written and simply staged by Guy Picot, this show is for theatre lovers and novices alike.