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Bridget Everett and The Tender Moments celebrate their ten-year anniversary of legendary, take-no-prisoners, electrifying, and sold-out live shows. For three special nights, expect the unexpected, and of course, your favorite songs, stories, and Larréon looks. Anything can and will happen. What happens at Bridget's shows, happened at Bridget's show.
Her in-your-face comedy is mixed with one outrageous rocking and original song after another. Dripping with hard-earned sweat in her sparkling and revealing House of Larréon dresses, she swigs from a bottle in a paper bag while telling stories about her dog Poppy, her dysfunctional family and her struggles with incontinence.
Grab a ticket and hold on tight. Prepare yourself for motor-boating, money notes and Chardonnay soaked memories. Shit is about to get ridiculous. This show is not for the faint of heart. Bring a chaperone. No two shows are the same, ever.
BRIDGET EVERETT is a powerhouse singer, actor, writer and comedian. Film appearances: PATTI CAKE$, Trainwreck, Sex and the City, Fun Mom Dinner, Little Evil and next year's Breaking News in Yuba County. Select television appearances: Inside Amy Schumer, Camping, Love You More, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, The Tonight Show, Living With Yourself, Girls, At Home With Amy Sedaris. Gynecological Wonder, her one-hour comedy special is on Comedy Central. She’s a co-host on Amy Schumer’s podcast 3 Girls, 1 Keith playing on Spotify. In 2015, she won an Obie Award for her original show, Rock Bottom, at the Public Theater which she created with Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman. Bridget has played comedy and cabaret festivals around the world and recently joined Patti LuPone with the New York Philharmonic. Current projects include: Netflix’s Unbelievable, Living With Yourself, and AJ and the Queen.