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Dora and Me/ Yo soy Dora

comedy · rick creese · Ages 12+ · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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Amy Urbina stars in this one-woman show about Dora Valverde, a screwball Los Angelina actor trying to tell the true story of the great 18th-century actress Dora Jordan. Mrs. Jordan was probably the most beloved stage personality of her day, but she was also the most notorious. She was the long-term, live-in girlfriend of the future King of England, who fathered ten of her fourteen children. Our modern Dora can’t resist digressing into her own outlandish experiences with men and in Hollywood. Luckily, the spirit of the Mrs. Jordan appears onstage to help her keep focused. Really, their stories are the same: For women, comedy is freedom.

production team

lexi lee *
director
tanushree verma *
assistant director

* Fringe Veteran

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This multimedia, multiple character is a edutainment solo show. A performer takes on the role as caregiver after her mothers diagnosis with Alzheimers, and as the neighborhood becomes gentrified her world falls apart.

Dads Get In Free - Sunday May 16 5:30 pm

Use code DAD to get a free ticket for your dad on Father’s Day. “Lisa Pedace is a one woman force in the hilarious Neighborhood Watch.”— Edge Media Network “A laugh-a-minute comedy,” — The San Diego Union-Tribune