Stretch Marks is a one woman show about giving birth and being born, what we are born into, the circumstances of our birth and the legacies we inherit. Forget about the meaning of life, what does it mean to be alive? A dynamic performance that is serious and seriously funny. Stretch Marks is a National Performance Network Creation Fund Project. These performances mark its New York premiere.
“This performance has potential to resonate with a variety of demographics,” says star and writer Angela Kariotis. “After all, we were all born once. We all have parents to varying degrees. Some of us will have children. Everything happens by people. So, if we can treat children better and consider our origins it will make a lasting impact. If we want to save people we have to help mothers.
“Angela Kariotis can light up a small city with her raw energy.” The Chicago Reader
“A lithe and vital writer-perfomer.” The Star-Ledger
“A one woman artistic showcase in her trailblazing storytelling.” Los Angeles City Beat
Here’s the information:
Women at Work Festival
Wed., November 3, 2010, 8 P.M.
Stage Left Studio
214 W. 30th St., 6th floor
New York, NY
Tix $20 can be purchased in advance BrownPaperTickets.
United Solo Theater Festival
Sat., November 20, 2010, 3:30 P.M.
The Studio Theatre at Theatre ROW
410 W. 42nd St.
New York, NY
Tix $18 can be purchased in advance Telecharge.
You can also visit the Stretch Marks event page here.