The United Solo festival has offered One Woman an extended run.
*This Actor is appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association
One Woman is an unapologetic look at one woman's relationships with shoes, lipstick, other women and her journey toward self confidence.
TICKETS, with a price of $37.25 (including a $2.25 theatre restoration charge) will be available at the Theatre Row Box Office and online through Telecharge at www.telecharge.com.
You may also call Telecharge at 212-239-6200.
When placing your reservation, please provide: United Solo Theatre Festival, Theatre Row, The Studio Theatre, Nov 5, 4:00pm performance of One Woman
Cecilia Copeland is a Midwestern, Latin-American, Israeli, Non-Princess and legal resident of Australia who chooses to live in her adopted home, New York. She climbed Masada at five years old, studied classical ballet and martial arts, was a dancer for MTV and owned her own cafe. She wrote her first short story in kindergarten about a snowflake, her first poem about hating vacuum cleaners, and in writing her first play she answered the nagging call of uncertainty over her life's path. Copeland is a graduate of the Stella Adler Acting Conservatory Studio in New York, an alumna of the Writers Workshops at University of Iowa, BA with Honors, Minor in Dance and has an MFA from Ohio University. Copeland is a Member of the League of Professional Theatre Women, an inductee to the Indie Theater Hall of Fame, a Kilroy's Nominee, and a Member of the Literary Committee at Barefoot Theatre Company.
Pooya Mohseni is an Iranian/American actress, born and raised in Tehran. She moved to New York in her teens, where she discovered her love of acting and story telling. She is a graduate from the esteemed Maggie Flanigan Studio and continues building her resume with a variety of characters from weak to strong, while exploring their humanity and fragility. She is fluent in Persian/Farsi and a transgender advocate, as well as a voice for immigrant issues and women’s issues. Pooya is also involved in writing and co-writing original LGBT stories to shed light on an otherwise under represented community.
by Cecilia Copeland
Ego Actus received the Best Premiere award
Michael Moore congratulates Pooya Mohseni* and Joan Kane