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Clueless racism gets shredded by 83-year-old force of nature Houston Robertson in this hilarious and confessional scolding of nice white ladies everywhere. From churches to jazz clubs, from women’s marches to the White House Houston bursts the bubble of good intentions, and reminds us that nice is a four-letter word. The show radiates with honesty and wit. Houston is a gutsy storyteller and brings to her solo work her experience as a writer, motivational speaker, and award winning clown. The show was developed with Don Reed (donreedcomedy.com) and Mark Kenward (markkenward.com). It is directed by Mark Kenward.

Dianna’s Studio of Dance

3/6/20    7:00pm
3/7/20 6:30pm
3/8/20 3:30pm
3/13/20   8:30pm
3/14/20 3:30pm

There are 5 Comments on this post

  1. Lorie Ham
    1 month ago

    If you would like to know more about this show check out their article in Kings River Life https://kingsriverlife.com/02/15/rogue-performer-preview-the-story-of-a-nice-white-lady/

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  2. Melanie
    1 month ago

    Fantastic show. A must see. Funny, poignant, a sometimes cringy (but for all the right self-reflective reasons).

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  3. Evy Pine
    1 month ago

    White privilege is so NICE! Houston Robertson weaves together moving autobiography, a kid’s sing-a-long, off-hand racism, and a clear-eyed look at her own choices and changes, lovers and book group buds, Becky Sharpe and Michael Che. As telling as her analysis is of the behavior of others, the show is at it’s most moving and transformative when she delves deep into her own feeling.

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  4. Lorie Ham
    1 month ago

    Check out Kings River Life’s review of this show, along with others and more to come https://kingsriverlife.com/03/07/rogue-festival-reviews-2020/

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  5. Lisi
    4 weeks ago

    Such a fantastic, important show by a genuinely fabulous woman. White people better open their minds and get their but down to Dianna’s for this one.

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