I'M SORRY: HOW AN APOLOGIST BECAME AN ACTIVIST

Genre: Comedy, Drama
Katya Lidsky

FringeNYC presents I’m Sorry, one woman’s funny, heartbreaking and bold journey to finding her voice, written and performed by Katya Lidsky, directed by Gilles Chiasson. Every performance will provide awareness and donations to a non-profit organization which helps animals.

Do you like me? Do you ‘get’ me?  Where do I belong? A people-pleasing apologist turns animal-loving activist in an entertaining and poignant story about finding your purpose and affecting positive change.  Katya Lidsky plays 16 characters– some female, some male, some four-legged – shining a spotlight on contemporary animal welfare issues while tackling the challenges of integrity and self-esteem.  Sometimes you have to find something to believe in before you can stop saying I'm Sorry.



Cast: Katya Lidsky
Open:   08/18/12
Close:   08/26/12

Schedule:
Sat. 8/18 @ 9:00pm
Sun. 8/19 @ 7:15pm
Wed. 8/22 @ 6:30pm
Fri. 8/24 @ 5:00pm
Sat. 8/25 @ 9:15pm
Sun. 8/26 @ 2:00pm
Theater:   440 Studios
Address:   440 Lafayette Street @ Astor Place,
New York, NY
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Cost:$15-$18
Buy Tickets Online or Call: FringeNYC at 212-279-4488

Katya Lidsky (Writer and Performer)wrote this one-woman play as a way to merge her love of animals with her love of performing. Katya did her undergraduate studies at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, then received her master’s degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education.  She is an actress and comedian, has done stuff on TV, and loves the stage. She is a volunteer at local animal shelters, and works for Adopt-a-Pet.com, North America’s largest nonprofit pet adoption, matchmaking web service.