Walking on Eggshells in Stilettos

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Walking On Eggshells In Stilettos written & performed by Ann-Marie Lariccia & directed and developed by Jessica Lynn Johnson, is one woman’s dark comedy that edutains audiences about bipolar disorder, dysfunctional relationships, depression, child abuse, and substance abuse. Using multiple characters, multimedia, and physical comedy, we journey with Ann Marie as she steps out of negative patterns and into her own power, self love and some sexy stilettos!

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"This show really hits home near the end, drawing it out from the darkness her personal struggles and into the light of the reality of just how common and insidious mental illness is. A brave and honest look at not only her family, but herself, it was really special to see Anne-Marie emerge victorious. The show felt extremely personal and intimate."

sweet - April Wish


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"“Walking on Eggshells in Stilettos” is a perfect example of a Fringe show.  It’s funny, poignant, personal and clever.  It informs on the burden of mental health and tells one persons very specific story of that burden…with lots and lots of laughs. Ann-Marie Lariccia is adorable, talented and very, very funny, but she is also an ambitious and gifted storyteller."

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


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"Brilliant title: "Walking on Eggshells in Stillettos!" The title drew me in . . . and I was not disappointed. Ann-Marie stepped into her Journey of the Heart in a most authentic, committed, and talented way - identifying and exploring the various eggshells within her family and life relationships with the greatest of ease. And into her "stillettos" with Grace and Confidence! Timely . . . and Truth-telling at its best!"

sweet - ABLESSEDEVENT


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"Unfortunately I only got to see half of the show but Ann-Marie’s character work was top-notch and she’s one of the few people I’ve seen do such great characters. Seriously, the way she switched from Ran and Lt. Lucy is excellent. She is comfortable onstage and not once did she forget a line. At one point I even thought to myself, “My God, how does Ann-Marie looks this relaxed on-stage!?!?”"

sweet - Lara Repko


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"Ann-Marie's performance is endearing throughout a story that is not often talked about but should be addressed. What does a man do when he finds himself attracted to his own daughter? NEGLECT+ABUSE= Anne Marie's Journey."

sweet - Pamela Kathleen Najera


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"“Walking on Eggshells in Stilettos” is a perfect example of a Fringe show.  It’s funny, poignant, personal and clever.  It informs on the burden of mental health and tells one persons very specific story of that burden…with lots and lots of laughs. Ann-Marie Lariccia is adorable, talented and very, very funny, but she is also an ambitious and gifted storyteller."

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


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"This show really hits home near the end, drawing it out from the darkness her personal struggles and into the light of the reality of just how common and insidious mental illness is. A brave and honest look at not only her family, but herself, it was really special to see Anne-Marie emerge victorious. The show felt extremely personal and intimate."

sweet - April Wish


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"Brilliant title: "Walking on Eggshells in Stillettos!" The title drew me in . . . and I was not disappointed. Ann-Marie stepped into her Journey of the Heart in a most authentic, committed, and talented way - identifying and exploring the various eggshells within her family and life relationships with the greatest of ease. And into her "stillettos" with Grace and Confidence! Timely . . . and Truth-telling at its best!"

sweet - ABLESSEDEVENT


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"Unfortunately I only got to see half of the show but Ann-Marie’s character work was top-notch and she’s one of the few people I’ve seen do such great characters. Seriously, the way she switched from Ran and Lt. Lucy is excellent. She is comfortable onstage and not once did she forget a line. At one point I even thought to myself, “My God, how does Ann-Marie looks this relaxed on-stage!?!?”"

sweet - Lara Repko


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"Ann-Marie's performance is endearing throughout a story that is not often talked about but should be addressed. What does a man do when he finds himself attracted to his own daughter? NEGLECT+ABUSE= Anne Marie's Journey."

sweet - Pamela Kathleen Najera