Joan Rivers changed the face of women in comedy. This captivating new play chronicles the remarkable journey of the legendary comedian. With humor, heart, and wit, Joan explores the highs and lows of Rivers’ career and personal life, from her beginnings in stand-up to her rise to fame, motherhood, and her enduring legacy in entertainment.
Presented with permission from Mills Entertainment in association with Sheboygan Productions and Larry Amoros
Written by Daniel Goldstein
Directed by David Ivers
Larry Amoros: Creative Consultant
Monday, May 1
7:00pm at Northlight Theatre
Space is limited, advance registration is recommended to secure your seat.
All are welcome to attend this free event. We encourage those with means to add the suggested donation to your registration. Joan is part of Northlight’s Interplay New Play Development program, providing valuable support for the critical stages of early play development. Your gift supports the continuing development of new plays, our ongoing programs for schools and community organizations, and the future of our stage.
The Interplay New Play Development program is supported in part by The Sullivan Family Foundation, the Steinberg Foundation, and the Paul M. Angell Foundation.
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