bittergirl charts the break-ups of three womenÑone single and dating, one co-habiting, one married with a child. This trio of Women Scorned experience heartbreak, hilarity, fairy-tales gone wrong, tequila, mounties, love, honour, car-keying, repeated viewings of An Affair To Remember, fake spleenectomies, and meetings of Breakups Anonymous.
And then there are the men! The ones who want to alphabetize your CDs, the ones who give you shoelaces for your birthday. See the bittergirls list all of those things you should have told him the truth about. See Barbie and Ken break up! Laugh very hard.
The phenomenon that is bittergirl had three sold-out runs in Toronto, toured to London, England and played off-Broadway in NYC. This new, full-length version of the script has even more bittergirl wit and hard-won wisdomÑand music, too!
About the authors
Alison Lawrence is an actor and writer. Alison’s previous writing credits include And All For Love, which premiered at the National Arts Centre and bittergirl (Scirocco Drama, 2009), co-authored with Annabel Griffiths and Mary Francis Moore. The bittergirls also co-wrote the self-help guide Bittergirl: Getting Over Getting Dumped, and are now developing bittergirl: the musical. Alison has also written Biff, in which she gave birth onstage; Going For Groceries, a play for a mother and a ten-year-old girl, and is currently writing two new plays: Shannon and Piece by Piece. She lives in Toronto with her two favourite people, Brian and Emma.
Mary Francis Moore is a bittergirl because chocolate is fattening, because she’s never had a tan, and because he dumped her before she dumped him. Collectively, the bittergirls have been dumped 257 times.
Alison Lawrence was a poor broken-down single mom until she found salvation in a pair of strappy sandals and a classy evening gown.
ÒAn engaging, iconic show.Ó
ÒSome part of each and every womanÕs life finds its way into the story in an insightful, touching, and humourous way.ÓÑCanwest Broadcasting