Quick Dish NY: One-Woman Show LEO STILL DIES IN THE END 2.25 at Brooklyn Comedy Collective

In April 1999, a six-year-old was allowed to watch the 1997 classic “Titanic” on a VHS after her mom taped it off of HBO. Over the years, she went through various stages of obsession, including watching it every day, memorizing it, and making it a part of her personality – so much so that she created her own version to watch that runs at a mere 1 hour and 45 minutes. This Sunday, February 25th, you can see Alice Fishbein (directed by Ryan Lind) bring a shortened, comedic solo re-enactment of that version in which just one performer plays all the parts and the scenes are selected at random. Near, far (ok, not too far), wherever you are (at BCC), you’ll appreciate the one-woman show LEO STILL DIES IN THE END.

Mentions: Show 7-8:15pm ET. Tickets are $15 online and can be purchased here on the event page, as well as at the door day-of: https://www.brooklyncc.com/show-schedule/leostilldies-2-25. Location: Brooklyn Comedy Collective Eris Mainstage | 167 Graham Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206. Give Alice a FOLLOW. Feed the algo.