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Jennifer Rawlings Returns To NYC In Her One-Woman Show

Jennifer Rawlings is returning for an encore performance of her  critically acclaimed solo show “I ONLY SMOKE IN WAR ZONES”

6pm August 5, 2014 at the Cornelia Street Cafe

Jennifer Rawlings, I Only Smoke In War Zones

Jennifer Rawlings, I Only Smoke In War Zones

Award winning performer Jennifer Rawlings is not your typical mother of five. She is a comedienne who has been traveling to war zones for over a decade to entertain the troops

This “must see” solo performance will take you on a roller coaster ride of emotion from the moment the show begins. Jennifer will lead you on an extraordinary journey of laughter and tears as she weaves together unforgettable stories about family, war and humanity.
Tickets at the door.

Mom’s The Word – A Night of Musical Theater at the Museum of Motherhood

Mom’s The Word – A Night of Musical Theater at the Museum of Motherhood. PLEASE NOTE THE DATE HAS BEEN CHANGED TO Thursday, November 21st in NYC


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