Run time: approximately 90 minutes with no intermission

With her hair bigger than ever, Lauren Weedman (and her alter ego Tami Lisa) and her fine band are ready to take you on a journey of heartbreak, laughter and fresh starts.  “While the plot of the show centers on the issues of being betrayed and getting divorced, the themes are applicable to most anyone, for example, discovering who you really are, or finding yourself alone, or perhaps realizing that you're not who you thought you were. This universality is what makes Lauren Weedman's brand of comedy / performance so funny and so emotional. Whoever you are and whatever your life has been like, I'm betting you'll find something in this show that hits close to home.” – Broadway World


What patrons are saying:

"She is fantastic! This was GREAT!"

"Attended this evening- loved it. She is one talented woman. Go see her."

"Saw this last night! It was a hoot!"

“Her show was fantastic. Lauren incorporated so many different personalities, I loved it.”

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Age & Content Considerations: 

ACT believes that our patrons can determine what is offensive for themselves, and what is appropriate for their children. We don’t create age restrictions but do our best to offer content advisories for each show. For detailed information about show content and possible triggers, please contact

Lauren WeedmanLauren Weedman (Writer and Performer) is an award-winning comedic actress, playwright and author. Her first show, Homecoming, began as a 15-minute performance art piece at Seattle's On the Boards and went on to an Off-Broadway production in New York City, back in 2001. Bust, about her work in the Los Angeles county jail, received a MacDowell Fellowship for playwriting by the Alpert Awards, as well as several "best of the arts" across the nation. She has written and performed more than 10 solo plays, including Homecoming, Amsterdam, If Ornaments Had Lips, Huu, Rash, Wreckage, Bust, No ... You Shut Up, and most recently, The People's Republic of Portland at The Armory. Her television credits include The Daily Show, Horny Patty on HBO's Hung, and Doris on HBO's Looking. Her most recent films, due for release this fall, are The Little Hours starring John C. Reilly and Wilson with Woody Harrelson. Weedman is the author of two books of comedic essays, A Woman Trapped in a Woman's Body: (Tales from a Life of Cringe) and Miss Fortune: Fresh Perspectives on Having it All From Someone Who is Not Okay. She lives in a rent-controlled apartment with her 7-year-old son, Leo.

Dates to Know:

Jul 24  Behind the Scenes with Classical King FM
Jul 29, Aug 7  Dialogues
Jul 31, Aug 5,12  Cast Chats
Aug 2  Dig Deep Before the Show

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