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And She Bakes, LIVE.

solo performance · and she bakes · Ages 12+ · one person show · United States

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MARCIA PRYOR certified reviewer June 08, 2014
This "Bakeress" is a hoot! She welcomes the audience from the start and interacts on such a level that I truly felt I was in her home kitchen all the time. She shares her story and advice all while cooking up treats. Yummy!... full review
DAWN ALDEN certified reviewer June 24, 2014
Daliya is a treat to watch. She's engaging and fun, and draws you easily into her story. Her dance breaks are giddy fun, and I found myself smiling nearly the whole way through the show. And you get baked goods at the end! Definitely worth seeing!... full review
RICHARD GRAVES certified reviewer June 09, 2014
tagged as: humor · Dark Comedy · neurotic · zany · cooking · dancing · Dating · Relationships
High energy, zany, neurotic, and funny, displaying a rather cynical view of life, dating, and relationships, with a little dancing thrown in - all in the setting of a cooking show. A comedy with an edge - or "bite," if you prefer! Plenty of laughs. Well acted and performed. The sweets served at the end were tasty, too! ... full review
BRENDAN WEINHOLD certified reviewer June 28, 2014
tagged as: sweet
The dancing is as delicious as the treat. This show is for anyone who likes a sugar rush. I mean that metaphorically as well as literally.... full review
MARY ELLEN MORENO certified reviewer June 28, 2014
tagged as: baking · comedy · laughs · dancing
Watching this show, I had one of those experiences where I was laughing along my merry way and didn't realize I was crying until I had to wipe a couple of tears away! Such a beautiful show. I can't wait to see what you are up to next!!... full review
BEN MOROSKI certified reviewer June 23, 2014
A pure pleasure. I'm so glad I had a chance to see the Bakeress do her good work. "And She Bakes, Live" elevates self-deprecation and self-effacement to an art form. It's a dangerous line to walk, but she includes us on her journey with her incredibly sweet, endearing personality. But it's what is brewing just below the surface of her sugary exterior that really lends the show weight and power. One of the best solo shows at the Fringe. ... full review
ASHLEY STEED certified reviewer June 13, 2014
tagged as: baking · hilarious · fun · dance breaks · Relationships · Love
As an avid fan of baked goods, I definitely couldn’t resist a show where someone bakes. Daliya Karnfsky, or the Bakeress, has adapted her YouTube series into a delicious treat of a live show. Dressed in red and donning an apron, she greets each audience member as they walk in and compares a few to baked good. I was an Oreo, which I’m OK with. Using snippets of her show and questions from YouTube, the Bakeress answers questions about love, sex and relationships while using each ingredient of the gluten-free peanut butter vegan treats as a metaphor of the elements of a relationship. And there’s also dance breaks. We shared a lovely moment when she asked the audience if they like fake or natural peanut butter. I said I liked my peanut but... full review

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