'PUFFY HAIR' is a night of existential stand-up performed by an id. Using Vaudeville-cum-Fosse dance moves to investigate one woman's ambivalent and tortured relationship to the male gaze, which she alternately cozies up to and execrates, it is a catharsis of self-hatred, body dysmorphia, and self-aggrandizement. A vigorous dose of lipstick smears and shoulder pads. A marriage between Joan Rivers and gastrointestinal turbulence. A struggle to hold space for the existential pressure of a bun. A boopity boop.
"'PUFFY HAIR' transforms beyond stand-up... to shocking and delicious intimacy... An extravagant mind palace of feminine guts and glory, she zips and bops, capturing a showman's energy akin to Joan Rivers meeting Liza Minelli" – OnStageBlog