PRESS FOR Sandra Bernhard's WITHOUT YOU I'M NOTHING


"Play DC: Without You I'm Nothing"
By Andrea
Brightest Young Things
September 15, 2008

"If you have a soft spot in your heart for the 80s, Stevie Nicks, Led Zeppelin and the idea of Sarah Palin being torn apart like “a Wise natural kosher chicken,” then you’ll probably revel in Sandra Bernhard’s one woman show, Without You I’m Nothing currently featured at Theater J."  Keep reading...

 

"Without You I'm Nothing"
By Janice Cane
DC Theater Scene
September 15, 2008

"Theater J’s website warns that Sandra Bernhard’s solo show, starting off a new tour here in the nation’s capital, is not for the easily offended. Indeed. And it’s certainly not for Republicans..."  Keep reading...

 

"Without You": Bernhard's Acid Reflux
By Peter Marks 
Washington Post
Friday, September 12, 2008; Page C01

"No one does angry funnier than Sandra Bernhard.  So when she turns her chainsaw wrath on the Republicans' new media magnet, Sarah Palin, the trash talk is so witheringly foul it feels as if it's been fired in a furnace of pure, unadulterated rage. "  Keep reading...

 

Bernhard Revamps Her Breakout Act
By Alex Baldinger
Washington Post
Friday, September 5, 2008; Page WE40

"Whether making enough wardrobe changes on-screen to clothe a small nation or, as a cosmetics pitch woman, asking provocatively, "Can you handle these lips?," Sandra Bernhard is by most accounts a bit of a diva. "  Keep reading...

 

Much Ado About Nothing
by Sean Bugg
Metro Weekly
September 4, 2008

"Twenty years ago when Sandra Bernhard debuted her one-woman show, Without You I'm Nothing, it was the start of a long-lived and highly quotable artistic journey.  FUnny, angry and edgy, Bernhard's indelible performance solidified her place as one of the nation's best live performers."  Keep reading...

 

Back With A Vengeance
by Zack Rosen
Washington Blade
Friday, September 05, 2008

"Sandra Bernhard is back, and she’s pissed. Though the hard-working queer comedian wouldn’t actually say that she went anywhere — books, TV appearances and successful Broadway engagements have dominated her schedule in the last 10 years — the 20th anniversary of her one-woman show “Without You, I’m Nothing” will bring her to Theatre J for three weeks. The show opens Wednesday. "  Keep reading...

 

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