The first ever musical on plastic surgery and the trials and tribulations of going under the knife! Comedian Stephanie Herrera delves into a journey of insecurity and “never quite fitting in”. We get a first hand account, from “Ugly Duckling” to “MILF” and why she pays homage to Colin Mochrie in her song “Thank you Colin Mochrie for my boobs”. Whether you are curious about plastic surgery or you just can’t fathom why anyone would do such a thing, this show will keep you laughing and tapping your feet as Stephanie examines race, gender, motherhood, and Liza Minnelli in 60 min.
May 17th, 2019
At Theatre Passe Muraielle as part of the May 9th-19th
“It’s certainly the best performance I’ve seen so far at Fringe.” – Sam Mooney
“NNNN…Her timing, both in delivering a joke or a song is incredible.”
“The show balances heartfelt and reflective moments with quirky songs…it’s definitely one to check out!”
Listen to Stephanie’s interview with Peter Smith at Northumberland 89.7FM
(Dec. 20th, 2016)
INTERESTED IN BRINGING THE SHOW TO YOUR THEATRE?
HERE ARE SOME PAST PRODUCTIONS:
At the beautiful Al Greene Theatre
8pm, doors open at 7:30pm
At the Engine Gallery (32 Walton Street, Port Hope)
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR OUR FRIENDS IN AMERICA:
November 19th, 2016: “Am I pretty now?” has been chosen to be part of the this year’s SOLOCOM festival in New York City.
Stephanie’s pole dancing segment of the show will be made possible by her New York sponsor:
November 4th, 2016
@ The Harmony Creek Community Centre (Oshawa), 8pm
With Kat Leaonard’s “My Big Fat White Rock Concert!”