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A Bit Much

the memoir midwife · Ages 16+ · one person show · 70 mins · United States of America

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WINNER: 2019 PRODUCERS’ ENCORE AWARD
Extended show added on July 21, 2019, 4 p.m. at the Lounge Theatre in Hollywood

WINNER: 100% AUDIENCE SWEET by Better Lemons, L.A.’s #1 Arts & Entertainment calendar

WINNER: 100% DOUBLE SWEET (critics and audiences) by Better Lemons, L.A.’s #1 Arts & Entertainment calendar

“Filled with brilliant comedic moments. She held the audience in the palm of her hand.”
—Bob Leggett, Indie Voice Blog

“Stacy is an utterly brilliant performer, an accomplished stand up comic, and the skills she has developed over the years really shine as she lays it all out for us…in dark and comic detail.”
—Samantha Simmons-Roncerso, NoHo Arts District

“A fun journey into the mind of a funny and brilliant woman.”
—Christi Pedigo, writer/performer of “Bunny the Elf”

“Stacy’s really funny, really smart, and super honest.”
—Chris Valenti, writer/performer of “Straight White Men Trying to Woke”

After years of failed romantic relationships (including a divorce), Stacy is ready to admit that the common denominator in all these disasters is Stacy. Shortly after men get to know her they feel compelled to…move on, because after a while they find her to be just a bit much. She’s kind of like Las Vegas; if they stick around long enough all they want to do is leave. With both sides of Stacy’s psyche weighing in, she’s left to figure out what men want when it comes to strong, independent women who unintentionally do intimidating things like buy their own homes or finish the New York Times crossword puzzle in one sitting.

A BIT MUCH is a LOL funny, insightful journey that illustrates how women can comfortably step into their own brand of strength and femininity without compromise, while still attracting and maintaining the perfect relationship. Spoiler alert: it’s harder than it looks, but not impossible.

production team

stacy dymalski *
writer/performer
jessica lynn johnson  *
director/developer

* Fringe Veteran