Erotic massages, professional cuddling, and seeing your own genitalia on a big screen TV? Get ready for a wild ride to find sexual satisfaction despite sexual dysfunction. In “Tight”, writer/performer Becky Feldman pulls back the covers on her private ordeals with chronic pelvic pain.
“Honestly, the time flies by as you’re watching and laughing… Her professional delivery and deadpan wit carry this monologue from being just a diatribe about health issues to a fully immersive experience for the audience that is very entertaining.”
- Review from “Chronicles of a Broken Body”
“The show is sublime… Becky Feldman is an utterly brilliant and gifted comedic actress and writer.”
-Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros, “NoHo Arts District”
“Her confidence will draw you in, as will her vulnerability.”
-Shari Barrett (Broadway World)
All performances will be live streamed!
Studio/Stage (Main Space)
520 N. Western Ave
PREVIEW: Sunday, June 5th, 6pm
Saturday, June 11th, 12pm
Thursday, June 16th, 7pm
Saturday, June 18th, 10:30pm
Friday, June 24th, 7pm
Becky Feldman (writer/performer) Becky is a writer, performer, and host of the podcast “Too Stupid to Live,” which reviews romance novels $5 and under. An alum of Emerson College, she’s performed and written on house teams at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre and the Ruby Theatre L.A. Her TV appearances include “Broad City,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” She was a staff writer on the animated children’s TV shows, “Talking Tom and Friends” and “Weird Waters.