Saturday, Mar. 23, 2:00PM-4:00PM
or call 732-727-0212.
In Good Lessons from Bad Women, a devilishly funny one-woman show, our lead character, Dorothy, wrestles with the concept of goodness and dives deep into a world where good is bad and bad is good.
Instructed from childhood by her mother to be a “good girl” like the ever-virtuous Eleanor Roosevelt, Dorothy wonders what might be on the other side of goodness. As she begins a journey from rebellion to reconciliation, she visits a series of infamous, disreputable women from different time periods and backgrounds.
In seven vignettes and frequent conflicts with Eleanor Roosevelt, Dorothy learns from these fascinating women by becoming each one and imparting the subtle lessons they teach. By the play’s triumphant ending, she has gleaned wisdom from the original sinner, Eve, the guilt-free Mae West, the opportunistic Emperor Wu, the image-building Kathryn Kelley, the litigious Elizabeth Freeman and the nymphomaniacal Anne Bonney.
Good Lessons from Bad Women celebrates the good and bad in all of us!
"Leeds inspires and entertains." - The New York Times
"Swashbuckling! Thrilling!" - USA Today
"I would bring Dorothy back to the Smoot." - Smoot Theater
"Catch a rising star!" - Cosmopolitan
About Dorothy Leeds: An experienced media personality and film critic for MSNBC, she appears frequently on broadcast and cable television including:
Today, Good Morning America, Smart Money, Money Talk, E! New Daily
She has written for and/or been featured in articles in such publications as: The New York Times, Success, The Daily News, USA Today, Glamour, Forbes, Business Week, Self, Money, Cosmopolitan
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