Going Public is about a 6' 2" blonde, ex-basketball player, who unpins her soul and lets the secrets of her ragged life fly free -- from pot smokin' Mom, to fighter pilot Dad, from a penis wielding boss to the sweetest child of spring.
WHO: Starring Terri Mateer*, Written by Terri Mateer* and Stephen Jobes.
(*Appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association)
WHERE: The Drilling Company 236 West 78th NYC 10024
WHEN: Friday, January 11th, 8 PM & Saturday, January 12th, 8 PM
COST: Suggested Contribution $10
*Running Time - 73 Minutes
We just got home, still shaking, still crying, still stirred up, and laughing. It couldn't have been more moving, well crafted, articulate, and important. You were brilliant at it and in it.Good for you, good for us! It was truly a dramatic and psychological work of art. Hats off to you! Alice and Bob
You pulled me in with everything you shared and seduced me with everything left unsaid - the way you looked at your father's jack untold stories, unresolved threads. And so many awesome lines that stick! Noelle
Gripped by every moment of it - loved the stories - told in just the right order - It's beyond talent. You're a natural but it's beyond that. You have genius. I've said it before & will say it again - in print if possible! You have genius that only a few have. I think when people see this show they will realize that you belong in a tradition of physical comediennes of genius. - Carey Harrison, Artistic Director, The Woodstock Players Theater Company
"Your performance was riveting. Your communication through emotion and body language (and running around the stage, sometimes carrying a heavy object) Was right to the point. I think all of the audience felt your experience, we certainly did. Thank you for your hard work and the courage to share it with others."
I so enjoyed your show that I want to read the book (I hope you're writing it.). Want to know more about how you overcame the obstacles in your life to get to be the open woman you are.
Theater: The Drilling Company Theater
Address: 236 W. 78th Street
New York, NY 10024
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006