Dorothy Leeds will be bringing her popular one woman show Good Lessons from Bad Women to the Livingston Public Library next week. The show will be held Wednesday, November 28 at 7:30 p.m. and is free to the public.
The show, sponsored by the Friends of Livingston Public Library Think Theatre Series, is about the story of Dorothy, a good girl who longs to be a bad girl. According to the show's website, Dorothy is torn between following in the footsteps of her perfect mother and the virtuous Eleanor Roosevelt, or those of ‘bad’ women including Anne Bonny, Mrs. "Machine Gun" Kelly, and Mae West. This play proves that the wicked are truly irresistible, and invites audiences to be inspired by the lives of women who have dared to color outside the lines.
Leeds is a member of the Actors Equity Association, SAG/AFTRA, the Dramatists Guild, and is serving on the Board of The League of Professional Theatre Women. Her Broadway credits include Stop the World I Want to Get Off. A noted public speaker, Leeds is the author of The 7 Powers of Questions, PowerSpeak, and Marketing Yourself. For more information visit Leeds' website or follow her on twitter: @DorothyLeeds.