See the World Premiere of
Lauren Weedman Doesn‘t Live Here Anymore
at Portland Center Stage at the Armory
Lauren’s current obsessions: love and heartbreak; big hair and tight jeans; Loretta Lynn and John Prine — or songs she thinks make her look skinny and appropriately tragic. The hilarious and versatile Lauren Weedman (Bust, The People’s Republic of Portland) knows a thing or two about love gone wrong, and she’s ready to sing her heart out about it (Yes! Lauren sings!) and tell you a few tall tales, too. Lauren will be joined by a band of fine musicians; and we’re pretty sure her hair will be bigger than ever.
March 17 — April 30, 2017 on the U.S. Bank Main Stage
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Previews Mar. 17-22 | Opening night Mar. 25
By Lauren Weedman
Directed by Rose Riordan
Lauren Weedman’s new book, Miss Fortune: Fresh Perspectives on Having it All from Someone Who is NOT OKAY, was published by Plume in March 2016. Her first book, A Woman Trapped in a Woman’s Body, a collection of comedic essays, was named by Kirkus Review as a top ten Indie book for 2007.
Lauren is an award winning comedic actress, playwright and author. Her first show, Homecoming, began as a 15 minute performance art piece at Seattle’s On the Boards and went on to go off-Broadway in NYC. Bust, about her work in the L.A. county jail, was awarded a Macdowell Fellowship for playwriting by the Alpert Awards, as well as several “best of the arts” across the nation.
Lauren has written and performed 9 solo plays including Homecoming, Amsterdam, If Ornaments Had Lips, Huu, Rash, Wreckage, Bust, and No… You Shut Up, which was commissioned by Boise Contemporary Theater. More recently, she created and performed The People’s Republic of Portland for Portland Center Stage.
Lauren was Doris on HBO’s Looking, and appeared as Horny Patty on HBO’s Hung. Other television credits include The Daily Show, True Blood, United States of Tara, Reno 911, Curb Your Enthusiasm, New Girl, 2 Broke Girls, and Arrested Development.
Film credits include Looking:The Movie, Joshy, The Little Hours, Wilson, Imagine That, Date Night and Judd Apatow’s A Five Year Engagement starring Jason Segal. See Lauren Weedman’s full filmography on IMDB.
Her new book, Miss Fortune: Fresh Perspectives on Having it All from Someone Who is NOT OKAY, was published by Plume in March 2016. Her first book, A Woman Trapped in a Woman’s Body, a collection of comedic essays, was named by Kirkus Review as a top ten Indie book for 2007.
Lauren lives in Santa Monica.