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Written by Tasha M Gordon-Solmon

Directed by Meredith McDonough

Performed by Alex Trow


A workshop performance 


Friday April 12, 2019  |  7:30pm

Pearl Studios, Room 401

On WHIP IT UP! WITH WENDY! celebrity-chef and lifestyle-guru Wendy G. inspires audiences to take on the world one dish at a time. No matter what obstacles lie ahead, Wendy will make your worries melt away, like melted butter dripping off a perfectly crisp piece of bacon! (Remember bacon?). When the show starts to experience some hiccups, there’s more melting down than melting away, but EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE TOTALLY FINE.


TASHA GORDON -SOLMON (Playwright) has had work developed and produced at the Humana Festival of New American Plays, Clubbed Thumb, Northern Stage, Ars Nova, Perry Mansfield New Works Festival, Dixon Place, INTAR, New Georges, Sun Valley Center for the Arts / Company of Fools, Project Y, The Tank, Flea and the 24 Hour Musicals LA. She is a recipient of the Dramatist Guild Fellowship, a Puffin Foundation Grant, two VCCA residencies, and commissions from Actors Theater of Louisville and

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MEREDITH MCDONOUGH (Director) is a freelance director based in NYC.  She spent the past seven seasons as the Associate Artistic Director at Actors Theatre of Louisville, where she directed both parts of Angels in America, Peter and the Starcatcher, and the world premieres of Dot, Airness and brownsville song (b-side for trey), amongst many others.  Previously, she was the Director of New Works at TheatreWorks, Palo Alto and the New Works Director for the National Alliance for Musical Theatre.  Directing favorites include Noises Off (Guthrie), Eurydice (Williamstown), the premiere of Miss Bennett: Christmas at Pemberly (Marin Theatre Company), US premiere of NSFW (Roundhouse) and Fair Use (Steppenwolf).  Board member SDC; MFA, UCSD; BS Northwestern.

ALEX TROW (Performer) is a New York-based actor and writer. Her NYC credits include London Wall (Mint Theater), Flamingo (Sanguine Theater Co.), Straight (Acorn Theater Off-Broadway), and Scarlett Fever (NY Fringe Fest). Regional credits include: I Now Pronounce (Humana Festival @ Actor's Theatre of Louisville), Mad Love (Northern Stage, world premiere; NJ Rep), Owners (Yale Rep), and Othello (Shakespeare Santa Cruz). TV/Web: "The Good Fight," "Blue Bloods," "Twenty Five," "Cooking for One with the Crying Chef" (Best Actress Award, ITV Fest), "Inappropriate Jane Austen" (NYTVFest Women in Film Award). Alex received a BA and an MFA from Yale University.

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