Riveting…honest…one of the best things I’ve seen in a long time. – former theatre critic and workshop participant Jimmy Waites, Sydney Australia
After losing her baby, marriage, and sense of reality, Heather packed up her dented 96 Honda Civic and slammed the door on her life as a lesbian Long Island housewife. In Everything Is Subject to Change she threads stories from the audience with her own odyssey into a funny collective shiva for our lives of certainty.
TIckets: Free. Donations gratefully accepted.
More about the show: http://heathergold.com/eistc
Internationally touring comic performer Heather Gold (SF Sketchfest, NPR, CBC, SXSW, Gotham Comedy Club) brings her lightening-fast wit and heart-provoking stories to Dixon Place for one-night only in this intimate work-in-progress performance.This will be an intimate evening of stories and threaded conversation as part of the development of her next show Everything Is Subject to Change. When everything in your life and world disappears, what can you count on?
Heather has baked over 50,000 cookies in her smash hit "I Look Like An Egg, But I Identify As A Cookie," which ran over a year in her old home of San Francisco, workshopped at NYC's Ars Nova Theatre and won Best of the Bay and Curve's National Lesbian Theatre Award. Shotgun Players will present "Cookie" this April in Berkeley CA. Heather contribues to CBC Radio's Definitely Not the Opera one of Canada's leading storytelling shows.
Heather has hosted Austin Gay Pride, written for Alan Cumming and credits her geek time at Apple and in start-up culture with the inspiration for her unique interactive style that lets her bring the best out of the "audience" in the show and creates an intimate public connection that helps people meet each other. This show will be deliciously conversational.
More about heather: http://heathergold.com