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  I Am Sophie at Pico Playhouse

I Am Sophie

Pico Playhouse
10508 W. Pico Blvd Los Angeles

Have you ever wondered what it might be like to re-invent yourself – to start over as someone else? Sophie gives you a chance to sit court-side during one such adventure. To join her on an existential, down the rabbit hole, adventure of self-discovery. This piece aims to wake up your sleeping soul and remind you to go out and live life in whatever way feels best to you - others opinions be damned. That said, Sophie will soar to the highest heights and plummet to the lowest lows. But what journey of self discovery doesn't have that? Beauty and pain so often occur at the same exact time, don't they?

Thru - Sep 2, 2018



Price: $25

Show Type: Drama

Box Office: 310-204-4440

www.picoplayhouse.com



  I Am Sophie Reviews
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Broadway World - Recommended

"...No doubt this heartfelt play will also wake up your sleeping soul and remind you to go out and live life in whatever way feels best to you - others' opinions be damned. That said, what a fascinating study it is to watch Sophie as she soars to the highest heights and then plummets to the lowest lows. But what journey of self-discovery doesn't have that? Beauty and pain so often occur at the same exact time, don't they?"
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Shari Barrett


NoHoArtsDistrict - Recommended

"..."I am Sophie," written and performed by the sublime Corinne Shor is a bold and fearless ode to what makes our hearts sing and saves us from the darkness...it is a strange and beguiling story, as only the best stories are, about a woman who becomes another woman not to survive but to thrive."
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Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros


Stage Raw - Highly Recommended

"...The script is brilliantly structured so that the audience is included in the narrative. Shor affectionately refers to audience members as “mes confidents,” and shares her journey with us. This relationship saves the show from the awkward trap some solo shows fall into, where the actor must “converse” with an imaginary character."
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Julia Stier



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