2220 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90057
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 7:30 PM (event ends at 9:00 PM)
Elisa Noemí (BA Theatre, UCSC) is a multidisciplinary artist of mixed “Guate-Gringa” descent. Elisa's work reflects her influences being raised in LA by artists/activists/academics dedicated to the Solidarity Movement. Trained with such artists as Anne Bogart (SITI), Luis Valdez (El Teatro Campesino), Gabe Dell (Master Clown, Cirque du Soleil) amongst others. Past Productions include Saint Joan, As You Like It, Melancholy Play, Electricidad. Directed Alpharaoh’s Don’t Talk About It, SP!T About It('15 Hollywood Fringe '15).
$15.00 - $20.00
Created/Performed by Elisa Noemi
GOOD ENOF is an autobiographical solo performance exploring Mixed Cultural Identity, Anorexia, and Recovery. Combining Viewpoints, Clown, Spoken Word and Song, GOOD ENOF aims at dispelling the stigmas and stereotypes that surround addiction, for it is the silences themselves that keep those who are suffering locked within cycles of shame. With humor and whimsical spirit, GOOD ENOF gives voice to what’s most haunting, reminding audiences and performers alike that we are all good enough, just as we are.
Running time: 75 minutes
4 SHOWS ONLY: 9/6, 9/7, 9/8, 9/9
Tickets bought at the door will have an extra $5 service fee