#FringeFemmes Check-Ins: My Big Fat Blonde Musical

by  Dana Leigh Lyman

Quick peeks at the work of #HFF16 female playwrights, “Women on the Fringe,” by Fringe Femmes who’re behind the scenes this year. Click Here for all Check-Ins.

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WHO: Theresa Stroll and Bobby Glynn

WHAT: My Big Fat Blonde Musical

WHERE: Sacred Fools Theater (Black Box)

WHY:

Terry is a young woman new to Hollywood and looking to become an actress. This story is old as time in this city and yet Theresa Stroll finds a way to put a brand new face on this adventure with the addition of one important caveat: she’s a fat actress and she’s not looking to change that, she’s looking to change Hollywood. We meet an array of supporting characters, some supportive and some far from it but each leading Terry closer to a conclusion that neither she nor the audience sees coming but will leave you all grinning with joy.  This show reminds us that sometimes some out of the box thinking is what we need to make our dreams come true.  That and some equally resolved and pissed off partners in crime.

HOW: http://hff16.org/3674

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