Who You Calling A Bitch?!?

solo performance · sacha elie · Ages 15+ · United States of America

one person show world premiere
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LAURA HUNTT FOTI certified reviewer June 02, 2017
A tour de force performance that leaves the audience gasping with insight.... full review
MATTHEW ROBINSON certified reviewer June 03, 2017
A thought-provoking show centered on a strong performance with an honest and unique script. It's a performance that will stick with you after you have left the stage and reminds you of the struggles black actresses and black women in general go through on a daily basis. ... full review
ROB STEVENS haineshisway.com certified reviewer June 05, 2017
A fast paced and never dull 45 minutes.... full review
NICOLE BELISLE certified reviewer June 22, 2017
I thought this show was really original, hilarious and heartfelt. Sachandra did an incredible job to engage the audience, embody various roles and really hit home with an emotional message about her experiences as an actress. Very impressive! Cannot wait to see what else this beautifully talented woman does!... full review
BRIEYONNA ROBINSON certified reviewer June 22, 2017
This was my first time seeing a show at the Fringe Festival. What a great first impression!!! I will definitely be back for more shows to come and especially for "Who You Calling a Bitch" I left with hope, faith and couldn't stop talking about it. ... full review
HEATHER TYLER certified reviewer June 21, 2017
Great work, Sacha!... full review
CHERITA ARMSTRONG certified reviewer June 22, 2017
tagged as: woman · solo artist · funny · drama · characters
What a wonderful actor! I was engaged from the beginning. So funny!... full review
KYLA WILILAMS certified reviewer June 25, 2017
Amazing show! Very insightful! ... full review
KENDALL SEYER certified reviewer June 25, 2017
Incredibly amazing from start to finish! ... full review
MARJORIE LEWIT certified reviewer June 25, 2017
Sharp, witty and moving: I laughed, I felt shame at the injustice our SISTERS must go through, I felt connected and alive. THAT'S what theatre should be. ... full review