Polly Frost - One Woman Performance
Bad Role Models
and What We Learn From Them
Dec 6, 2012 7pm Theatre Studio
We're all told we need good role models. But who do we really learn the most from, our good -- or bad role models? In her new one person show, Polly Frost takes a humorous and heartfelt look at the eccentric, oddball and misbehaving people who have really made a positive difference in her life.
Polly Frost is a writer and performer who lives in NYC and California.She performed her show How to Survive Your Adult Relationship with Your Family to a sold-out audience in Sedona in 2011. Polly's humor and journalism have been published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Atlantic and many other publications. Her books include Deep Inside and With One Eye Open. Her plays include Sex Scenes and The Last Artist in NYC which was selected for Best American Short Plays 2008- 2009. She has also written and produced a web series, The Fold. Her website is http://pollyfrost.com
Ticket Price: $20
Polly Frost is teaching a one-day workshop "Revising Your Story" to help artists learn to present themselves and their work in various situations. See details here.