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Confessions of a Wannabe Soccer Mom
January 21, 2016 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm$20
* Is LGBTQ hosted
* Has LGBTQ content
* May be of interest to the LGBTQ community
Back by popular demand: Dina Nina Martinez brings back her one woman show “Confessions of A Wannabe Soccer Mom: An Unconventional Journey Into Womanhood”
Back by popular demand The Bricks Theater and Laugh Out! Comedy present, Confessions of A Wannabe Soccer Mom is a comedic storytelling of Dina Nina Martinez’s “Unconventional Journey Into Womanhood!” With some new stories and retellings she recounts her youth in small town Texas, and the laughable life that’s brought her from Los Angeles to Wisconsin and this time with more anecdotes and touching stories.
Her journey is marked by her loves and lack thereofs. From Coach Russell to Pastor Dane, Dina tells of the men she’s loved throughout her life and the very moment she knew she’d become a woman. It was like having a quinceanera on a city bus.
“Confessions” is full of humorous anecdotes of being the artsy child with a robust fantasy life and touching moments of realnessthe ups, downs and the numerous coming outs.
January 21st, 7:30pm & 22nd, 8:00pm The Brink Lounge
701 E. Washington Ave.
Madison, WI 53703
Tickets available at: http://SoccerMom.BrownPaperTickets.com Featuring Special Guest: Stephanie Riedel
About Dina : Dina Nina Martinez. Martinez is a transgender standup comedian and actor from LA who currently resides in Madison, Wisconsin. Her signature blend of disarming sass and charm has been featured in comedy festivals and multiple worldclass comedy venues including LA Pride, The Chicago Women’s Funny Festival, LA’s The Comedy Store and Chicago’s Zanies Comedy Club. She is the creator and host of Madison’s first and only queer comedy show Alphabet Soup, the star of the webseries The Misadventures of Delilah James. She was recently voted MadFavs Local Comedian and is one of the 2014 list of “40 Hot Queer Women In Comedy” by AfterEllen.com. Her website is DinaMartinez.com
Stephanie Riedel is a Madison area writer who regularly performs her poignant works on stage for The Bricks Theatre’s “That’s What She Said.” Her stories are oftentimes about being little, but also about finding herself in the rubble that coping with depression can leave behind. Stephanie bares her heart and soul in hopes others will recognize themselves in her journey and not feel so alone in theirs.