As long as I'm plugging people that I love, the more than fabulous Alexandra Billings is doing her one woman show in Michigan in October. I helped her with the musical direction on this and it's really one of the greatest performances I've ever witnessed on a stage.
Lampkin Music Group in association with David Fink presents
in “Before I Disappear”
October 5th & 6th, 2007 at 8:00 p.m. Two Shows Only
Acorn Theater, 107 Generations Street, Three Oaks, Michigan
Tickets are $30.00. For Reservations Call - 1-269-756-3879
An autobiography in story and song, transgendered actress/singer Alexandra Billings' tour de force is a hilarious, and sometimes harrowing, roller coaster journey through her complex life. From boyhood to womanhood, she paints a Picasso-like portrait of herself through the eyes of those who knew her best, and least. Not for the faint of heart, this ride takes you from
summer camping into the asphalt jungle and back alleys of Chicago and its counter culture and phoenix-like through the air to New York City and L.A.
Written by Alexandra Billings
Alexandra Billings with Arrangements by Steve Schalchlin.
Lyrics by Chrisanne Blakenship Billings.
Directed by Mary Beidler Gearen
Nominated for an ADA
Award for Best Musical/Best Actress of the Year.
Solo Show is a Triumph of Spirit!
Sherman Oaks Sun, October 2005
“Worth a Look!”
Los Angeles City Beat, LA. 2005
“Billings is a forthright and funny entertainer”
Village Voice - NY, 2003
“From her childhood as a boy to her
life as a woman living with AIDS, this is one amazing piece—just Alex, just
the stage, and just wonderful.”
Windy City Times – Chicago, 2003.
www.alexandrabillings.com, www.acorntheater.com, www.lampkinmusic.com
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