April 30, 2017
On the U.S. Bank Main Stage
Previews are Mar. 17-22 | Opening night Mar. 25
By Lauren Weedman
Directed by Rose Riordan
A World Premiere!
What do you do when your heart is broken? When your world seems to be falling apart, one frustration at a time? Grab a guitar, hitch up your jeans, and sing about it! From the star of HBO’s Looking and The People’s Republic of Portland at The Armory, Lauren Weedman (and her alter ego Tami Lisa) are ready to take you on a journey of heartbreak, laughter and fresh starts. Lauren will be joined by a band of fine musicians; and we’re pretty sure her hair will be bigger than ever.
This show runs in repertory with Wild and Reckless: A New Concert Event with Blitzen Trapper on the U.S. Bank Main Stage. Click here to view a calendar showing both shows' performances.
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Approximately 80 minutes; no intermission.
Recommended for ages 17 and up. Contains mature content, explicit language, strobe-like effects and adult situations. Children under 6 are not permitted at any production.
Evenings: Tuesday - Sunday at 7:30 p.m.*
Matinees: Saturday and Sundays at 2 p.m.,
Thursdays at noon*
*Note: These are general performance times. Certain productions may have exceptions. View the season calendar for more information.
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