What if the happiest day of your life brought out the worst in you? In this candid show Giulia Rozzi ''fesses up about being a depressed, drunk, coward, that got married when she knew she wasn't ready. Through candid stories and sincere curiosity, she explores marriage, monogamy, divorce, romantic love and perhaps most importantly, self love. Whether you're single, in a relationship, or going through a split, you'll be entertained and moved by this brutally honest tale of a gal that said "I do" when she should have said "I don't.

 

Bad Bride stars and was written by Giulia Rozzi and was directed and cowritten by Brandy Barber.  

 

Bad Bride first ran as a 30-minute show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City for eight months in 2013/2014 and then as a 60-minute Off Broadway show for six months at the Tree House Theatre in New York City. Bad Bride has also toured to The New Movement Theatre in Austin, The UCB Theatre in Los Angeles, ImprovBoston in Boston, ArtsQuest in Pennsylvania and was featured in the Hell Yest Festival in New Orleans and The Nursery Theatre Festival in London.

 

What people are saying about Bad Bride:

 

" This one-woman show is heavy on the jokes and much lighter on the “…and then I realized” monologues with bullshit lighting changes. And thank God for that."

-The Village Voice

 

"Brutally honest and funny" - The Comic's Comic

 

"So smart! Bad Bride should be required viewing by anyone considering marriage. They should have it running on large screens while people are waiting on line for a marriage license at City Hall. " -Tony Faske, Producer Totally Biased With W. Kumau Bell

 

Other press:

The Washington Post

The Boston Globe

Yay LA Magazine

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