Showing posts with label LITTLE MISS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label LITTLE MISS. Show all posts

Monday, February 12, 2018

TONIGHT: Little Miss at Davenport's Piano Bar One Night Only! 21+

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by Jamie Shriner

Directed by Dana Anderson
Accompanied by Kale Ewing

​Poster by Tyler Snodgrass

Jamie Shriner presents 
LITTLE MISS – an hour-long ode to all things edible – 
for one night only! 

Photo by Chris Popio​

LITTLE MISS will be staged at Davenport’s Piano Bar, 1383 N Milwaukee Ave. in Chicago. Tickets are currently available HERE.

Jamie Shriner has always been certain of one thing in life: no man will every make her feel the way garlic bread makes her feel. Or pizza. Or Oreos. Or…well, you get the idea.

LITTLE MISS navigates body image, emotional eating, sexual politics, and relationships in an hour-long adventure of musical parody.

Highly Recommended by The Chicago Reader for her work in WIFE MATERIAL, Jamie Shriner in LITTLE MISS is not to be missed. $15 cover/2 drink minimum. 21+

February 12th, 2018 at 8pm
Davenport’s Piano Bar, 
1383 N Milwaukee Ave. in Chicago
By Jamie Shriner
Directed by Dana Anderson
Accompanied by Kale Ewing

About the Writer
Jamie Shriner is a Chicago-based writer, actress, singer, and teaching artist. Shriner recently closed her breakout hit Wife Material (Prop Thtr), which earned praise for its unique voice and all-new music. She has performed for the BBC and played Judy in the hit musical 9 to 5 at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The sold-out run of her original cabaret, Little Miss (a show about loving food and loving your body), earned critical acclaim during its 2016 run at Sloans’s Bar in Glasgow, Scotland. Recent credits include Little Miss (Davenport’s Piano Bar), The Last Days of the Commune (Prop Thtr), The Night that Disco Died (Under the Gun Theatre) and On Loss (Prop Thtr). She holds an MA in Musical Theatre from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and earned her BFA in Musical Theatre at Milikin University.

About the Director
Dana Anderson is a Chicago-based teaching artist, director, and actor. She is a company member with AstonRep Theatre Company, as well as part of the ensemble of GreatWorks. She has taught with American Theater Company, Mudlark Theater Company, and Compass Creative Dramatics. She is also the Associate Artistic Director of the prison program Shakespeare Corrected. 

About the Featured Artist
Kale Ewing is a Chicago-based musician who earned his degree in Commerical Music from Millikin University.


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