A Bit Much

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Sun Jun 16, 4:00pm
Thu Jun 27, 6:00pm

While on a first date, Stacy's date innocently asks her if she wants red or white wine. This “trick” question immediately sets off a tsunami of Stacy's insecurities, fueled by a history of being shot down after speaking her mind. In the instant it takes to answer that “red or white?” question, Stacy takes us on a hilarious journey of her failed relationships with men, starting in the fifth grade, when she beat her first boyfriend at wall ball during recess. After that he broke up with her. So begins an unintentionally competitive pattern with men that whenever Stacy wins at life, she loses at love. With both sides of Stacy's psyche weighing in like a comical Greek chorus, Stacy tries to figure out what men really want in a women before she answers that all important first date question, “Would you like red or white wine?”

Stacy Dymalski is a filmmaker, stand-up comedian, and award-winning speaker. Her standup comedy, solo show, A BIT MUCH, premiered in Whitefire's 2019 Solofest on February 28, 2019, to rave reviews. In 2018, her solo show THE OTHER SIDE OF THE RAZOR RIBBON premiered at the Hollywood Fringe to sold out crowds and won a Producers Award, as well as a 2018 Better Lemons Double Sweet #Lemonmeter Choice Award. For an electronic press kit for A BIT MUCH, go to www.TheMemoirMidwife.com/a-bit-much-electronic-press-kit.

A BIT MUCH is written and performed by Stacy Dymalski, directed by and developed with Jessica Lynn Johnson, and produced by Megan Ford-Miller.

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Reviews

"“A Bit Much” is a perfect solo show in that we right away know what it is about. We get it. And the play is the telling of it, it’s the cream on top. Stacy Dymalski is the cream on top actually. She is powerful and bold and the perfect balance of comic and goofy and sublime. When I look at her I see myself in all my fraught and frilly glory…aren’t we all magnificent? Thank you Stacy for reminding me of that. Bravo!!"

sweet - Samantha Simmons-Ronceros - NoHo Arts District - ...read full review


"This was such an enjoyable show on so many levels. Stacy is a gifted story teller who takes the audience on an engaging and funny journey through her life experiences while being just a bit much. If you are a strong-minded woman who is just a bit much, or you know one (and we all do), or you just love to laugh, you will thoroughly enjoy seeing "A Bit Much". Stacy had the entire audience's rapt attention for the entire show. I LOVED it!"

sweet - Amy Chin


"Stacey is one of a kind. Her delivery of being "A Bit Much" resonates on so many levels. If you're a strong woman not afraid to stand on your own two feet... go see this show. You'll laugh and appreciate the life experiences Stacey shares."

sweet - Mary Anne


"WOW! Stacy Dymalski is a great writer and performer. The stories she tells are heartfelt and cover a wide range of emotions. One minute your laughing at one of Stacy's insightful ruminations and the next your caught in a moment of introspection. She covers all the bases but in the end winds up laughing and we can't help but laugh with her. She is a site for sore eyes and a breath of fresh air on the stage. I loved her show and I can't wait to see what she does next."

sweet - Rich Wyman


"It takes a woman who is truly “a bit much” to have the courage, humor, and honesty to create a fabulous show like this. Through her wicked sense of humor and wit, she let’s you into her inner workings that can lead you to open up to your own possibilities of being a bit much. We all need to embrace our “bit much” and let it grow. Thank you Stacy for showing us all that it’s OK to be our real, bit much selves."

sweet - Katie M


"“A Bit Much” is a perfect solo show in that we right away know what it is about. We get it. And the play is the telling of it, it’s the cream on top. Stacy Dymalski is the cream on top actually. She is powerful and bold and the perfect balance of comic and goofy and sublime. When I look at her I see myself in all my fraught and frilly glory…aren’t we all magnificent? Thank you Stacy for reminding me of that. Bravo!!"

sweet - Samantha Simmons-Ronceros - NoHo Arts District - ...read full review


"This was such an enjoyable show on so many levels. Stacy is a gifted story teller who takes the audience on an engaging and funny journey through her life experiences while being just a bit much. If you are a strong-minded woman who is just a bit much, or you know one (and we all do), or you just love to laugh, you will thoroughly enjoy seeing "A Bit Much". Stacy had the entire audience's rapt attention for the entire show. I LOVED it!"

sweet - Amy Chin


"Stacey is one of a kind. Her delivery of being "A Bit Much" resonates on so many levels. If you're a strong woman not afraid to stand on your own two feet... go see this show. You'll laugh and appreciate the life experiences Stacey shares."

sweet - Mary Anne


"WOW! Stacy Dymalski is a great writer and performer. The stories she tells are heartfelt and cover a wide range of emotions. One minute your laughing at one of Stacy's insightful ruminations and the next your caught in a moment of introspection. She covers all the bases but in the end winds up laughing and we can't help but laugh with her. She is a site for sore eyes and a breath of fresh air on the stage. I loved her show and I can't wait to see what she does next."

sweet - Rich Wyman


"It takes a woman who is truly “a bit much” to have the courage, humor, and honesty to create a fabulous show like this. Through her wicked sense of humor and wit, she let’s you into her inner workings that can lead you to open up to your own possibilities of being a bit much. We all need to embrace our “bit much” and let it grow. Thank you Stacy for showing us all that it’s OK to be our real, bit much selves."

sweet - Katie M