Cindy Pierce will perform her new one-woman comedy show, Comfort in the Stumble in Vermont this February. Performances will be on:
Saturday, February 8th at the Akeley Memorial Building (Town Hall) in Stowe
Friday, February 14th and Saturday, February 15th at the Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center Film House in Burlington (Posters around town have incorrect schedule information – there will be no performance in Montpelier. The Feb. 14th show has been changed to Burlington)
All shows start at 8:00 PM and tickets are $25. Tickets may be purchased online
http://cindy-pierce.com/tickets/ OR at the door.
Video clip of Comfort in the Stumble: http://cindy-pierce.com/ (scroll down to view clip)
You will be howling with laughter when Pierce hits the stage with fresh stories reflecting her uncanny resilience despite her life of unraveling incident magnetism. Pierce starts the show exploring how she developed resilience thanks to the influence of a cast of family characters who helped raise her. As an adult, setbacks don’t faze her thanks to her ability to find humor, pick herself back up, and keep diving into life. The feast of stories include Pierce interviewing dancers backstage at a strip club, discovering the wonders of oatmeal diapers and working through the challenge of finding lady clothes. The stories in this show found their thread after Pierce read Brené Brown’s book, Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead.