Angry Jellow Bubbles

Created & Directed by Eva Minemar, Produced by Tony Lepore, Written & Performed by: Ensemble

"Angry Jellow Bubbles " is true-life theatre. It is the humorous self-written stories of nine unique women woven together through a dynamically choreographed script which includes elements of song, improv, and dance.This show was created by Eva Minemar who set-out to give women a forum where they tackle issues that are specific to women. The show is now in its fourth year and continues to grow in popularity due to its honest, direct, and entertaining approach to women's issues.

Angry Jellow Bubbles has been performed with eighty-five different women in New York, Montreal, San Francisco, Vancouver, Philadelphia, and Orlando, including a show at the United Nations where the production was chosen exclusively to perform for International Women's Day in 2001.

Press Quotes: "A provocative downtown performance piece," -Lenore Skenazy, New York Daily News "The stories they tell are surprisingly intimate and engaging," Tom Penketh, Backstage "It humorously lays out the magnitude of the issues that women deal with daily and celebrates them," - Vancouver Ubyssey "This well-written and charismatic show almost entirely avoids being stale." - The Montreal Mirror "A terrific performance that is intelligent, funny, and thought-provoking." - In Theatre "The topic is presented with respect, intelligence, and piercing honesty." - Backstage (August 2000)