Her experiences of having her parents move in while caring for her brother and overcoming her own cancer led her to write and perform the one-woman
monologue, God Said, Ha
At the Madrid Theatre, audiences learned about Tubman in a one-woman
show called ``Harriet's Return,'' written and starring Karen Jones Meadows.
Cindy Sheehan re-branded that "army of one" slogan, with her one-woman
encampment outside the Bush bivouac in Crawford, Texas.
The mighty real Cindy Sheehan rebranded that "Army of One" slogan with her one-woman
encampment outside the Bush bivouac in Crawford, Texas, calmly brushing aside incoming from the Swift Boat Mothers for Sacrifice of Sons.
COVENTRY performer Manjinder Virk stars in a new one-woman
show Autobiography of a Face.
The dynamic Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, resident runs a successful one-woman
management consulting service, with clients all over the country.
blowtorch, Zollar managed to scorch the stage with text alone, unaccompanied by her customarily steamy movement.
In "Without You, I'm Nothing," her smash-hit one-woman
show, she chides fellow diva Barbra for getting a little too grand for her own good, going Hollywood, crimping her hair, losing the uncanny edge of the nice Jewish wannabe who in fact is also a brilliant artist.
HOLLYWOOD -- Legendary actress Karen Black (Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces, Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Day of The Locust) brings her acclaimed one-woman
show, A View of the Heart, for two nights only, December 9th and 10th at the 142 Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley, California.
Excerpts of ``Nirvana,'' her one-woman
show about personal struggles with an eating disorder, will be presented Wednesday in the college's new theater.
After conducting more than 200 interviews, Ensler put together the script for her original one-woman
show, which was recently reprised in San Francisco and other select cities.
has become a powerful one-woman
advocate for the cause, testifying before Congress in order to win more federal funding.