Baltimore Center Stage: Lisa Lampanelli's Losin' It
Lisa Lampanelli's Losin' It
November 17

    Lisa Lampanelli’s Losin’ It
    A Hilarious and Heartfelt Storytelling Event

    Comedian Lisa Lampanelli will present her humorous 90-minute storytelling show, Lisa Lampanelli’s Losin’ It in a one-night-only special event in the Pearlstone Theater on Saturday, November 17, 2018. Lisa is joined by guest storytellers Maria Broom, Lauren Anne Brickman, Frank DeCaro, and Eden Malyn!

    Lampanelli, who made national headlines when she lost more than 100 pounds six years ago, created the show to shine an intimate but hilarious light on the universal problems of weight and body image. She was inspired to put the show together by going through her own journey with these issues and decided that storytelling was the perfect way to convey feelings and sense of humor about the subjects. Lisa Lampanelli’s Losin’ It will premiere in Connecticut and be performed in New York before coming to Baltimore.

    Lampanelli performed at Baltimore Center Stage last December in a sold-out reading of the acclaimed play White Rabbit Red Rabbit in the Bernard Black Box Theater.

    Sat, Nov 17 at 8pm
    Tickets: $35 and $50
    VIP tickets (include preferred seating and a post-performance meet and greet with Lisa): $100


    About Lisa Lampanelli
    Lisa Lampanelli shot her fifth stand-up special, “Back to the Drawing Board,” which was nominated for a 2015 Grammy Award for “Best Comedy Album,” her second such nomination. In the special, Comedy’s Lovable Queen of Mean showed off her radically different look after having lost more than 100 pounds. That weight loss, which she has maintained for more than six years, inspired her to write her off-Broadway play, Stuffed, and curate her brand-new storytelling show, Lisa Lampanelli’s Losin’ It!  Lisa became a household name when she joined 17 other celebrities on the fifth season of NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice, where she advanced to the final four in the competition, raising $130,000 for her charity, the Gay Men’s Health Crisis. She also starred as a regular on Bounty Hunters, CMT’s first-ever animated series, and guest-starred on a hilarious episode of CBS’s 2 Broke Girls, helmed by Sex and The City creator, Michael Patrick King. Lampanelli has appeared at Radio City Music Hall and Carnegie Hall, both in sold-out performances, and she is currently running small-group food and body-acceptance workshops. For her performance and workshop schedules, go to lisalampanelli.com.

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