Cyndi Freeman's

Wonder Woman: A How To Guide for Little Jewish Girls


Thursday, March 10 7:00pm

Tickets: $10 ($7 Students & seniors)

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Two-time FringeNYC award-winning writer/performer Cyndi Freeman's latest solo show traces her journey from a little suburban Jewish girl obsessed with Wonder Woman to a fabulous burlesque Queen in NYC. A veteran storyteller and MothSlam winner Freeman recounts personal tales of heroics and harrowing adventures while joyfully spewing trivia about America’s first and favorite female super hero, Wonder Woman. Join her on a crusade to right wrongs while wearing fabulous outfits. For more information and images got to -

“Freeman's performance throughout is charged with electricity” – / NY

“Freeman is a dynamo.” - / NY

"[Freeman's] brilliant monologue and her skill at mimicry keep the
audience in the palm of her hand."
- The Independent / London

✭✭✭✭"The theatrical equivalent of a night in with a tub of chocolate
chip ice-cream...."
 - Three Weeks / Edinburgh

✭✭✭✭ "...packed choc-full with the sort of observational humour and delicious wit
that renders resistance useless.” - The Evening News / Edinburgh


Cyndi Freeman is a three time Fringenyc award winning performer as well as a playwright, and theatrical producer. She has created and produced several solo shows. Including: I Kissed Dash Riprock, which was performed as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at the Assembly Rooms, and won a "Best in Festival Award for Excellence" at the 2002 New York International Fringe Festival. I Kissed Dash Riprock also enjoyed success in Boston, toured the UK with Guy Masterson Productions and was presented by Xaviera Hollander in Amsterdam. Inside Cherry Pitz was presented at the Edinburgh Fringe at The Gilded Balloon, in NYC at The Midtown International Theatre Festival and at The Cherry Lane Theatre as part of the Downtown Urban Theatre Festival. Greetings From Hollywood was spotlighted on CNN, received a "Best in Fringe Festival" award at the NY International Fringe Festival, and was voted "Best New Play of New England -1998” by the Independent Reviewers of New England. Greetings From Hollywood was also presented at the Edinburgh Fringe at the Gilded Balloon.
Ms Freeman is a recipient of a grand prize playwriting fellowship award from the Massachusetts Cultural Council (with collaborator Ellen Groves). She also performs burlesque as Cherry Pitz and produces Hotsy Totsy Burlesque with co-producer Joe the Shark. As a storyteller she co-produces The Standard Issues story telling show in Brooklyn with her husband, Brad Lawrence, and performs at storytelling shows throughout New York, including The Liar Show, Stripped Stories, True Tales of College. A Moth StorySLAM winner, she teaches story telling with the Moth Outreach program. Currently she is developing a solo show entitled Wonder Woman: A How-To Guide for Little Jewish Girls which will be presented as part of the 2011 Frigid Festival in NYC. Other credits include HBO, Comedy Central and Showtime. She resides in NYC.
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"Freeman’s performance is inspiring, uplifting, and ends with a little burlesque."

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