I'm Sorry: From Apologist to Activist -- A One-Woman Show by Katya Lidsky
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The last date listed for I'm Sorry was Sunday May 22, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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This performance was really extraordinary, and the piece worked on so many levels for me. Katya's heart is shared in her writing, in her funny and poignant performance, in the offering of her own evolution and in broaching these difficult realities of our world. She is an amazing comedienne with the ability to transform her visage from one moment to another, a quick sense of timing, and a well directed performance. The audience was moved to tears and laughter, over and over. Kudos to her for sharing her own lessons and her life with us. WWWoof!
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I had a great time at I'm Sorry: From Apologist to Activist -- A One-Woman Show by Katya Lidsky. Katy gave a highly animated an energetic performance in which she takes us through the story of herself as an animal lover turned activist. I found...continued
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BRILLIANT/MUST-SEE SHOW! I'm in total awe of Katya Lidsky Friedman's talent & heart - she gives a tour de force performance that's hilarious, heartfelt, evocative & truly inspiring! And the story is POWERFUL!! You definitely don't wanna' miss out...continued
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I’m Sorry is a one-woman play about how a people-pleasing apologist became an animal-loving activist. Funny and poignant, this hour-long dramedy focuses on one woman’s journey to finding her voice.
For anyone who’s ever cared more about being liked than having opinions or integrity, for anyone who’s ever felt like no one gets them, for anyone who’s ever undertaken a journey to find out where they belong – this is the show for you.
Katya Lidsky wrote and performs the show, and she plays sixteen characters along the way. Katya did her undergraduate studies at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, then received her master’s degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education. Lidsky writes, performs stand-up, and has performed and taken classes at the Upright Citizens Brigade. She is an active volunteer through the Los Angeles Animal Services and works for North America’s largest nonprofit pet adoption service, Adopt-a-Pet.com.