I Was A Sixth Grade Bigfoot @ London Fringe – Ontario CA

So pleased to announce that there will be bigfoot sightings in London Ontario May 31 – June 9th, 2018!

Here is all you need to know!

Cyndi


For More info contact me: Cyndi Freeman / cyndifreem@gmail.com / 617-686-1709

Full Press Kit: I Was a Sixth Grade Bigfoot Cyndi Freeman Press Kit London Fringe

Photos: http://www.heroicsinhotpants.com/?page_id=371

 

 

 

The London Fringe Presents
A Hotsy Totsy Production

I Was a Sixth Grade Bigfoot
A one-woman show about bullies, monsters, and hoaxes.

Written and performed by Cyndi Freeman / Directed by Sara Peters

Venue # 7 Procunier Hall
At The Palace Theater
710 Dundas St, London ON, N5W 2Z4, Canada

Show dates and times:
Thursday, May 31, 6:30 PM
Saturday, June 2, 8:30 PM
Sunday, June 3, 1:30 PM
Tuesday, June 5, 8:30 PM
Thursday, June 7, 7:00 PM
Saturday, June 9, 6:00 PM

Advanced Tickets: $13.00 – https://londonfringe.ca
Day of show: $15.00 – tickets go on sale at the venue 45 minutes before the performance.

For info about the festival: https://londonfringe.ca

For info about the show: www.heroicsinhotpants.com

WINNER! PORTFRINGE PULITZER AWARD – EXCELLENCE IN WRITING

When she was 11 years old Cyndi Freeman became obsessed with the Bigfoot phenomenon, the hunters, the hoaxes and the true believers. That same year, her homeroom classmates perpetrated a hoax of their own. They convinced the faculty that Cyndi was a thief, an instigator of fistfights, and an agent of mayhem. It had all been lies and, by their high school years, the kids who had participated apologized and Cyndi forgave them. But the teachers still believed the legend that Freeman was a violent pathological liar. Friendships were lost, parents lived in fear and only the children knew, and accepted, the truth. Weaving together fun trivia about the Bigfoot myth and darker tales about the fiction that surrounded her during her formative years, Freeman talks of truth and lies, motivations both hidden and obvious, and the resilience it takes to survive childhood.


View the trailer:


BIOS

Cyndi Freeman is a two-time NY Fringe Festival award winning solo performer. Her solo shows have been presented in Boston, Amsterdam, Ireland, The UK, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, The Edmonton Fringe Festival and The Frigid Festival in NYC. Ms. Freeman is a recipient of a grand prize playwriting fellowship award from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Other performing credits include HBO, Showtime and The Colbert Report on Comedy Central and storytelling shows The Moth and RISK! Ms. Freeman is also a lead instructor with The Moth Community program, The Story Studio and is a coach for the RISK! Podcast.

Sara Peters (Director) is a storyteller who has been featured at TEDMED, on The Moth podcast, and on stage at The Liar Show, BARE and Super Stories. She has worked as both an actor and a director with Alliance Repertory Theater Company. Currently she is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report, covering the New York Knicks. She was once called “badass” by Mobb Deep and she occasionally performs burlesque as Legs Benedict.


WHAT THE PRESS HAS TO SAY ABOUT I WAS A SIXTH GRADE BIGFOOT

* * * * “Cyndi Freeman is a special kind of storyteller…I could have listened to Cyndi Freeman talk about her tumultuous childhood for another hour and been perfectly happy.” On Stage Ottowa

“I Was A Sixth Grade Bigfoot masterfully crafts a story about surviving your childhood years.” Gothamist

“Cyndi Freeman has an uncanny knack for coaxing epic images from intimate moments.” The New York Informer

“I Was a Sixth Grade Bigfoot is a well-written, well-acted piece of art that will both tug on your heart-strings and make you laugh.” My Entertainment World

“A heartfelt and humorous journey through the trials and tribulations of grade school bullying that is as rewarding as it is entertaining.” Theater Is Easy

“A warm, effortlessly enthralling storyteller…. At once heartbreaking and hopeful, this Bigfoot is well worth tracking.” Culture Catch

WHAT THE PRESS HAS TO SAY ABOUT CYNDI FREEMAN’S OTHER PERFORMANCES

“Cyndi Freeman elegantly mixes confession with impressions.” New York Times

“…satirical precision that never fails to hit the mark.” The Metro, London

“Freeman is a dynamo.” Broadway.com

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