Americans love their TV villains. They wore black hats with ominous mustaches in the early westerns, while Alexis Colby wore Nolan Miller gowns on "Dynasty" and "Glee's" coach, Sue Sylvester, dawns a tracksuit to terrify students. However, history's #1 TV Bitch (according to Vanity Fair), weaseled her way into hearts world-wide wearing petticoats and a curly blonde wig - Nellie Oleson of the hit series "Little House on the Prairie."
The Laurie Beechman Theatre invites you to join the actress who brought "Nasty Nellie" to life for millions of viewers every week and for years to follow in syndication, Alison Arngrim, as she gives audiences a reality check on "the facts of life" like no one else has ever done before in CONFESSIONS OF A PRAIRIE BITCH. In 2010, Ms. Arngrim released her memoirs similarly titled, "Confessions of a Prairie Bitch: How I Survived Nellie Oleson and Learned to Love Being Hated," through Harper Collins. The book became a record breaking literary success in hardcopy and paperback as well as Kindle sales. The New York Times and Wall Street Journal Best Seller was one of the top 10 selling "TV Related" books on Amazon.
WHERE: Laurie Beechman Theatre - 407 West 42nd Street
WHEN: Tonight, Friday, June 15th & Sat June 16th - 7:30 PM
TICKETS: $20 + $15 food or beverage minimum (212) 352-3101 or www.spincyclenyc.com