Stella performs from her book, "Shrimp Shells in My Cleavage" with music by Larry Spivack.
Ever stood on a hill in the middle of Europe waiting for the Blessed Virgin to appear? Gutted rabbits in Macedonia or sold eggs and potatoes door-to-door in Brussels? Been a bag lady outside Victor Hugo's house in Paris? What about sitting on a wine tasting panel in the Hungarian mountains or vacuuming roaches from the apartment of a Dolly Parton look-alike? Stella Pulo has done the lot and, with shrimp shells in her cleavage, Stella Pulo tells it all.
Stella Pulo is a writer and performer. She writes stories and articles for newspapers and magazines, and one woman shows for herself to perform. In 1992 she became the first Australian to be honored with lifetime membership into The Actors Studio. Stella is originally from Melbourne, Australia, and now lives in New York City. Stella has just returned from New Orleans where she enjoyed a sold out tour of book performances of "Shrimp Shells in My Cleavage." Forewod to book by Academy, Tony and Emmy award winner, Estelle Parsons.
This brand new work from Stella Pulo is a breath of fresh air in the milieu of travel writing. Her remarkable story telling techniques place you firmly in every delightful situation and place around the world she’s visited. Up there with Bill Bryson, its laugh out loud stuff. Shrimp Shells In My Cleavage is a must read for anyone that is about to embark on an international trip and everyone else who has travelled and learnt to love this crazy world we live in.
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Ambassador Theatre Group