Michelle Drozdick: Message in a Bottle
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Michelle Drozdick goes all the way crazy in love with a bottle of vodka in this dark comedy, which won fans at the PIT's Solocom Festival in 2018.
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Many cheers and great respect for Michelle who survives this dance and thrives with the courage and talent to enthrall us in her sharing. Go experience this.
Saw Ms. Drozdick a while back at an improv show and she was terrific. Her latest foray, "Message in a Bottle" is just as surprising. A tale of a young woman & her relationship with a bottle of Tito's vodka is both touching and hysterical.
Do not miss this very original and timely tale.
Michelle put together and performs a wonderful and personal show! I highly recommend it, I loved it!
A true masterpiece. This show will make you laugh, cry and applaud the triumphant win over a dark journey that most of us go through and scared to admit.
What a poignant, witty and heartfelt show. A story most of us can relate to about a person's journey to the bottom of a bottle and the triumph to come back.
This show made me laugh, made me cry and everything else in between. An amazing performance by an amazing person. I saw it twice and it was even better the second time.
Anyone that is afraid they've spent one too many days nursing a hangover will find this show both uncomfortable and relatable - what a powerful mix! Not too mention a show that beautifully weaves in humor to challenging subject matter. Michelle has created an enjoyable balance in Message in a Bottle by sharing a uniquely personal story that leaves us all laughing and crying a little.
This show pulls you into an absurd yet all-too-real world of temptation and villainous vodka bottles.It blends honest vulnerability with rock solid joke writing. Very intimate and funny!
Michelle is endearing and courageous as she takes us on her journey through alcoholism. Told to us in a heartfelt, funny and touching way, she had us wrapped around her finger from the very beginning.
Michelle takes an absurdist plot (a rocky romance with an actual bottle) and turns it into an engagingly innovative and entertaining serio-comedy about a struggle with alcoholism.
This thing is raw and emotional and it's funny while still being very, unapologetically real. Find me an antagonist more evil than Tito.
Michelle does an amazing job. The show is funny but also very heartfelt. It will make you laugh but also snaps you back into reality with some very raw and honest moments. Everyone will be able to relate to the struggles she goes through in the show.
Michelle's experimental style accomplishes something rarely seen on the improv stage--serious drama. The dramatic fingerprints of Director Adrian Sexton (known for her Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf improv parody show) mark the play, as Michelle vulnerably reveals her struggle with alcoholism in the context of an abusive relationship.
Sometimes funny, sad, but alway real, Michelle Drozdick offers us a sobering glimpse into non-sobriety. Lucky for all of us, Michelle comes out of her battle on top.
Most of us don't have the courage to talk about the low points of our lives. Michelle Drozdick not only talks about it, she laughs about too. A genuinely moving and hilarious dramatization of one woman's addiction to the bottle and how she had to say goodbye to her past and embrace her future. The show will make you feel all the things, but most of all, it will give you hope. Check it out.
I enjoyed Michelle Drozdick's performance immensely and gave her a standing ovation. She put her heart into writing the script and acting out the performance. Her style is unique and she leaves her ego at the door to share her experience, strength and hope with others.
See this Show! Michelle Drozdick puts on a stellar performance as she dives into a story of her fall into and rise from the perils of addiction. Youll laugh, you'll cry, you'll be angry at a sentient bottle called Tito. Its all here.
What a story! The highlights (and low-lights) of Ms. Drozdick's life story will literally make you laugh and make you cry. 100% Respect for her being on her own on stage, putting herself out there and creating such a great show. Go see it ASAP!
This show is great! Very well written and so raw. It’s got some really funny and genuine moments and I did cry while watching it. I learned a lot about the writer, Michelle Drozdick, and appreciate that she was able to put herself out there in such a raw and emotional show. See Message in a Bottle!