Solo Queens Fest 2018 - Festival Passes

Solo Queens Fest 2018 - Festival Passes

Amy Raasch, Bri Pruett, Shaina Lynn

Thu. October 25, 2018 - Sun. November 18, 2018

7:30 pm

Bootleg Theater

Los Angeles, CA

$50 - $100

Fetival passes include admission to 3 shows of your choosing.  You will be asked make your show selections before you complete your purchase.  All festival passes are Will Call only.

Solo Queens Fest
Solo Queens Fest
Bootleg Presents Solo Queens Fest

October 25-November 18!

Solo Queens Fest will be featuring three solo female artists presenting their award-winning solo shows.

This festival will celebrate women and their (the artists') life experiences!

Bri Pruett's STELLAR
Shaina Lynn's BAYOU BLUES

The performance schedule for the festival is as follows

10/25 at 7:30pm
10/28 at 11:00am
11/2 at 7:30pm
11/4 at 1:00pm
11/8 at 7:30pm
11/11 at 3:00pm
11/15 at 7:30pm
11/18 at 11:00am

10/26 at 7:30pm
10/28 at 1:00pm
11/3 at 7:30pm
11/4 at 3:00pm
11/10 at 7:30pm
11/11 at 11:00am
11/16 at 7:30pm
11/18 at 1:00pm

10/27 at 7:30pm
10/28 at 3:00pm
11/1 at 7:30pm
11/4 at 11:00am
11/9 at 7:30pm
11/11 at 1:00pm
11/17 at 7:30pm
11/18 at 3:00pm
Amy Raasch
Amy Raasch
Amy Raasch is an American media installation artist based in Los Angeles. Trained at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art after earning a literature degree from the University of Michigan, Raasch’s work spirals outward from core concepts into wildly eclectic albums, plays, films, apps, and theatrical monologues. As an actor, she has appeared in several productions for theater and feature film, including Sundance competition feature “the four corners of nowhere” by Stephen Chbosky (“The Perks Of Being A Wallflower,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Wonder”), and recently contributed music to Sony Classics release, “The Diary Of A Teenage Girl.” A classically trained flutist, Raasch uncovered a gift for songwriting on set of a film in which she had been cast as a folksinger. Cut to debut album “Love or Inertia,” which inspired Music Connection Magazine to name her one of the Top Unsigned Artists in Los Angeles. She followed with “52 Songs in 52 Weeks,” an episodic collection of live video performances of works-in-progress examining the role of inspiration in songwriting. Turning her eye to filmmaking, she created animated short film, “Cat Bird Coyote,” which also serves as music video for her musique concrète-style track, “Breathe My Breath.” An Official Selection of seventeen film festivals, the film garnered Best Animated Film honors in the Big Apple and Los Angeles Independent Film Festivals. Next came psychedelic retro pop romp “Kitty Decides,” a web installation to benefit animal rescue. The project unpacks the international obsession with the online feline while simultaneously delivering a stealth feminist manifesto (before there was #pussygrabsback, there was #KITTYDECIDES). 100% of proceeds benefit animal welfare efforts. Both films have been distributed by Virgin America Airlines. Last summer, she debuted new solo multimedia performance work, “The Animal Monologues.” Comprised of theatrical monologues, original music and film and ranging from laugh-out-loud funny to touching to absurd, the show explores the animalistic behavior of humans in love. Named Best of Son of Semele’s Solo Creation Festival 2017, the piece is slated to appear in the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City and the Solo Queens Festival in Los Angeles this fall. Themes from the project appear on her recently released album of quirky electronic pop, “GIRLS GET COLD,” available on iTunes and
Bri Pruett
Bri Pruett
Bri Pruett is a performer, writer and comedian from Portland, Oregon, living in Los Angeles. She's been featured on Comedy Central, NPR and, who named her a “comic-to-watch.” She’s appeared in her very own TedX talk, on Dan Savage’s Savage Lovecast, Doug Loves Movies podcast, and comedy clubs and festivals across the country. Her breezy style and vulnerable message of self-love, has earned her the title of "beloved queen of warm-hearted truthiness," in the press. Additionally, her solo show, STELLAR, has been called, “Body-positive, pro-self love and pro-female sexuality… overtly feminist and feel-good.”
Shaina Lynn
Shaina Lynn
Shaina is a LA-based actress. Shaina received her Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from the California Institute of the Arts. She is also a writer, poet, and multimedia artist that creates work centered around the black woman’s experience in America and her journey to healing. As the creator and a writer for the, Shaina cultivates spaces for analytical writing, love, and acceptance. Shaina is a contributor for HuffPost, writing about her own experience as ablack woman in Los Angeles. She is developing a multi-media art installation called “Afro Futuro” that “explores the mythologies and realities of Black women and Afro-Cuban women.” Shaina studiedActing in undergrad at Marymount Manhattan College.

Shaina is a contributor for HuffPost, writing about her own experience as a black woman in Los Angeles. Her first self-published works is a children’s book The Cat & The Lion and will be released later this year.
Venue Information:
Bootleg Theater
2220 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90057