"Hilarious! Hugely entertaining! For Carrie Fisher, laughter is indeed the best medicine!" — The Boston Globe
Don't miss Hollywood legend Carrie Fisher's recounting of a true and intoxicating tale, told with the same wry wit she poured into bestsellers like Postcards from the Edge. Born to celebrity parents Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, this Tinseltown toddler lands among the stars when she's cast in a little movie called Star Wars. But it isn't all sweetness and light sabers: as a single mom, she also battles addiction, depression, mental institutions, and that awful hyperspace hairdo. Fisher's tale is a tabloid vivant The Los Angeles Times calls a "Beverly Hills yard sale of juicy anecdotes." Carrie Fisher's Wishful Drinking is an uproarious look at a Hollywood hangover and a chance to get "Carried" away!
Artistic Director Peter DuBois is excited to present Carrie Fisher in her hilarious autobiographical one-woman show Wishful Drinking.
Carrie Fisher has been a compelling force in the film industry since her feature film debut opposite Warren Beatty in the 1975 hit Shampoo. The daughter of Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, she became a cultural icon when she played Princess Leia in the original Star Wars trilogy.
Tony Taccone is the artistic director of Berkeley Repertory Theatre, where he has staged more than 35 shows including the world premieres of The Convict's Return, Culture Clash in AmeriCCa, The First 100 Years, Geni(Us), Ravenshead, Taking Over, Virgin Molly, and Zorro in Hell.
Alexander V. Nichols previously designed the lighting for the Huntington's production of Carol Mulroney.
Daniel Kells' stage management credits include Wishful Drinking (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), Jigu! Thunder Drums of China (national tour), Kiki and Herb: Alive from Broadway (Boston and San Francisco), and Puppetry of the Penis (national tour).
Jonathan Reinis' Broadway productions include Harvey Keitel in Jerry Springer: The Opera, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Kiki and Herb: Alive On Broadway (Tony nomination, 2006), Dame Edna (Tony Award, 2000), Russell Simmons' Def Poetry Jam (Tony Award, 2003), ...
Jamie Cesa produced the Broadway production Kiki & Herb: Alive on Broadway (Tony Award nomination, Best Special Theatrical Event, 2007).
Eve Price/Maximum Entertainment's credits include Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas on Broadway, Irving Berlin's I Love a Piano (national tour), The Great American Trailer Park Musical (national and European tour), The J.A.P. Show: Jewish American Princesses of Comedy (Off Broadway and tour), ...
Berkeley Repertory Theatre was born in a storefront, and has moved to the forefront of American theatre. Founded in 1968 by Michael Leibert, the theatre quickly earned respect for presenting the finest plays with top-flight actors.
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