Interview with Liz Femi, writer-performer of Take Me To The Poorhouse

on Wednesday, Jun. 5th

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Solo shows are the high wire acts of theatre. When they fail it leaves a bloody mess and a broken body of a career.

When they work, it’s a wonder to behold.

Liz Femi’s “upside-down Cinderella story” works. It works brilliantly. Take Me To The Poorhouse will be one of the shows I focus on in our upcoming feature about this year’s Hollywood Fringe Festival. Right now you can peek in on our interview with Femi and producer Sara Fenton as we talk about the show and Fringe. This is a full interview, so be prepared for possible spoilers.

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