From Judy to Bette: The Stars of old HollywoodTue 2 June 2020
Judy Garland, Lucille Ball, Bette Davis, and Betty Hutton. Four trailblazers who refused to be “just another ingénue” during the Golden Age of Hollywood. They each broke the mold by taking the Hollywood studio system to task, fighting for the roles that made them famous, and opening doors that had previously been firmly shut for women in the film industry. Weaving together scandalous headlines, iconic songs and comedy gold, journey through the groundbreaking careers of the screen legends of yesteryear.
Having been performed in over 25 cities worldwide so far, this solo show is created and performed by triple Broadway World Award winner and Canadian Comedy Award winner Rebecca Perry (Stage/TV’s Confessions of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl; as heard on the BBC; as seen on Netflix, Amazon Prime US and UK, and Super Channel).
★★★★★ “An unadulterated five-star show; [Perry] is a bonafide star giving a powerhouse performance.” – MusicalTalk
★★★★ “A voice to bring the house down, articulate and heart-warming storytelling, this was a spectacular hour of glorious, pure entertainment.” – The Mumble