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Stretch Marks Comes To New York City

+=!? remix a fetal heartbeat and bust an amniotic flow
written & performed by ANGELA KARIOTISStage Left Studio
May 12, 19, 26, June 2 and 9
7:30 PM
214 West 30th St., 6th floor, btw 7th and 8th Ave., New York City, 10001
Call 212-838-2134
Tix $20

SUBWAY: 1,2,3,A,C,E to 34th St. walk to 30th St.
DIRECTIONS: http://tinyurl.com/4y95nj5

Stretch Marks is a one-woman show about infinite possibilities and ultimately choosing one. It’s about having a baby, 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. Run time is 65 minutes.

“‘Stretch Marks’ is more far-reaching, tackling issues of birth, heredity, culture and identity. All of it punctuated with hip-hop’s trademarks of an eclectic soundtrack and non-stop athleticism. ‘Stretch Marks’ represents Kariotis’ resolution of the challenge of stretching her identity to accommodate her daughter.”~Kathleen O’Brien, The Star-Ledger

Stretch Marks is a National Performance Network Creation Fund Project.
Mamapalooza is proud to promote this event as an adjunct to the MamaExpo 2011

MamaBlogger365 – Birth Stories On Demand re: Kelli Stapleton

MamaBlogger365 – Birth Stories On Demand re: Kelli Stapleton – Helping to keep traditions alive. The women’s circle, a collection of stories and how we birth the future generation…….