Friday to Saturday at 8pm & Sunday at 6pm * Note earlier times in The Club for this show!
$18 Adults; $13 Students/Seniors
65 minutes | No Intermission
Directed by Elena Heyman Assistant Directed by Callie Jane Farnsworth
Dramaturg: Lucy Sexton Script Editor: Mike Albo
Heather came to the Big Apple to become an actress. Little by little, part by part, she worked her way up the ladder, playing the hookers, junkies, and strippers — you know, the parts that some actresses are too afraid to play. Then came the role of a lifetime.
Heather Litteer’s gripping, funny, heartfelt solo show explores how women are treated both onscreen and off. Her adventures as an actress and downtown darling are mixed with calls back home to her ill but steel magnolia of a mother, who's southern roots are so strong they can suffocate. Navigating the absurd misogyny of our mediaverse, Lemonade turns female exploitation on its head, and offers redemption to any woman who has ever been typecast.
Heather Litteer and La MaMa E.T.C. are participants in the Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowships, funded by the William & Eva Fox Foundation and administered by Theatre Communications Group.
Heather Litteer is an actress and performance artist in many mediums. She is writing and creating her first solo performance "Lemonade". Heather is the recipient of the Fox Fellowship with Theatre Communications Group and La MaMa. She recently participated in the Jeff Weiss Tribute "And Thats How The Rent Gets Paid" and other scenes . Directed by Brooke O'Hara and Musical Direction by Nicky Paraiso. She is a member of Caden Manson's Big Art Group touring internationally and in the states. Hebbel Theatre (Berlin ,Germany), Festival d'Autome (Paris , France), Wiener Festwochen , (Vienna, Austria ),REDCAT ( Los Angles ,CA),and Yerba Buena Arts Center ( San Francisco, CA). Go to bigartgroup.com for full listing.
Also performing at many venues in NYC The Kitchen, Abrons Art Center, Bruno Walter Theatre Lincoln Center,Joe's Pub, The Wild Project, HERE Arts Center, The New Museum, Guggenheim Museum & BAM Avery Fisher Hall.
Ms. Litteer also presented and interviewed artists for The Queer International Arts Festival at Participants Gallery in the form of a T.V.talk show. Produces a reading series W.O.(e).R.D. Woman of Experience Read Downtown and Curated and evening NIGHT BAZZAR as part of the Special Effects Festival.
Her daring film choices include working with Directors Mary Harron , Jane Campion and Darren Aronofsky. Most recently playing the Queen Bee in John Reed ReVo and Vicky a Killer for hire in Dumbo with Brazilian Director Gusatvo Von Ah'.
Heather is also a member of the Legendary Jackie Factory performance night club.
Heather Litteer and La MaMa E.T.C. are participants in the Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowships, funded by the William & Eva Fox Foundation and administered by Theatre Communications Group