Hooked

A Lesbian Love Story

March 12 - April 16, 2016

Sundays at 7pm

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Avery Schreiber Theater

4934 Lankershim Blvd

North Hollywood, CA 91601

Tickets are $15 

Purchase online at Brownpapertickets.com or at the door night of show

For Industry comps, email Baileymason13@aol.com

 

Bailey Mason

Bailey has received high acclaim for her standup shows from Los Angeles to Alaska and has done compelling work in previous solo shows, "Can't Get Enough" and "Comfort Zone."   She has been seen in commercials, TV, and film, and has appeared in some over the top music videos. Known for playing oddballs, she says her theme has always been, "crazy is the new normal."

Bailey attended Boston University where she divided her time between school and downhill ski racing on the eastern circuit. Currently, she is a Spiritual Mind Practitioner at Spiritworks in Burbank. Her greatest thrill is performing in her solo show. HOOKED,  a true love story, of how her life evolved into something much more positive and spiritual as a result of finding love in a most unexpected way after living in the dark for so ling as an outcall hooker.

HOOKED is the captivating journey of a woman filled with anxiety, all the while hoping that the adrenal rush from performing standup comedy will sublimate her fears. She narrowly escapes death on a comedy gig in Tucson and comes home from another show to find her husband dead. Trying to please the new person that shows up in her life, Bailey embarks on a spiritual path which rings untrue until a life-altering event occurs. HOOKED is a richly passionate show which will take you on a roller coaster ride you can't and don't want wish to stop!

After two successful runs in NoHo, it is Bailey's great pleasure to bring HOOKED to Burbank before it hits the Big Apple.

 

Director: Mark W. Travis

Mark W. Travis is known internationally for the solo shows that he has developed and directed over the past 15 years.  Notably: Time Flies When You're Alive, A Bronx Tale, No Place Like Home, Undressing New Jersey, Insomnia, Something In His Genes, The Dangerous Lure of High Heels, Cabin Fever, What Does the Sun Sound Like?, The Call Me Mr. Fry, Hip Bones and Cool Whip, Almost Made, Walking Back to Brooklyn, Fornicationally Challenged and Pay Attention. Mark has been credited in the Los Angeles Times with having created a "new theater genre."

Mark offers a series of Write Your Life weekend workshops for all writers, actors, directors, and storytellers who want to explore the tools and techniques of autobiographical storytelling.

His first book on film directing, The Director's Journey, became an instant best-seller (Los Angeles Times) and was followed by Directing Feature Films which is currently required reading in hundreds of film schools worldwide.  His third book, The Film Director's Bag of Tricks was published in September 2011.

Since 1992, Mark has been sharing his techniques on writing, acting, and directing across the country and worldwide, including: Austrailia, Malaysia, Japan, Brazil, Germany, Poland, United Kingdom, France, Ireland, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, Spain, Ukraine, and Russia.

For more information on Marlk: mark@markwtravis.com and www.markwtravis.com.