Feedback: World Premiere Dramedy at the Lyric Theatre
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Laurie Kilmartin is a successful stand-up comedian and Emmy-nominated comedy writer with an album, a book, a podcast and, most importantly, a Twitter account, on which she became famous earlier this year for live-tweeting one-liners from her father's death bed. A former staff writer for The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson who currently writes for TBS's Conan, Kilmartin has performed her hilarious observational stand-up about dating, motherhood and more on Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Today Show, Comedy Central, VH1 and Showtime. In 2010, she was a finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing, but has become more recently known for her stream of terrifically grim online missives, posted as she watched her father die. The result was a master class in how humor heals and how it can shepherd a person, even a whole family, from a life with a parent to a life without one. Join her as she turns her poignantly funny tweets into a one-woman comedy show and films it for her first-ever stand-up special. Learn More
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It's hard to say enough good things about this play and the people who put it on. The play is great (I can't believe we got to see the world premiere of this entertaining and thought-provoking new play).
I saw many of these same actors in a...continued
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“All in all, an original and intelligent idea that drew me in with its sincerity, humor and insight. I recommend it be seen.” —Mad Theatrics
A world premiere of Jane Miller’s new play Feedback, directed by prolific LA blackbox director Craig Jessen. To cope with the loss of her mother, Holly spends her inheritance on a PR firm that specializes in rebranding people. Her entire life is put under a microscope by a hard-nosed professional and a free-wheeling eccentric who dissect every facet of her appearance, behavior, and relationships to create a new and improved version of herself. But as the firm’s techniques grow increasingly bizarre, will there be any room for the old Holly inside the new?
This production contains some profanity.