CSAB Presents "Skinny Crazy Small" featuring Sylvie Mae Baldwin

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Date of Event: 
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy,1841 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York
Event Summary: 

About the Production:

"Skinny Crazy Small" is the chronicle of one quirky and strong-willed girl's battle with anorexia nervosa. The play's young protagonist challenges the stigmas and stereotypes that surround eating disorders, reminding audience members that recovery is possible, although it is not easy.
Inspired by events in the life of creator and performer Sylvie Mae Baldwin, "skinny crazy small" sparks discussion and transports audience members unfamiliar with the disease to anorexia's frontlines.
"Baldwin's performance demonstrates her malleability," says The Daily. "She seamlessly transitions between different character roles and...does not hold back in her vulnerability."
After a celebrated premiere in Seattle, WA, "skinny crazy small" ran in April 2016 at NYC's Theaterlab. The production was filmed this Fall and is in post-production. Stay updated at www.skinnycrazysmall.org
All performances will be followed by a post-play discussion

About the Presenter:

Sylvie Mae Baldwin is an actress, writer, and mental health advocate based in New York City. She is particularly passionate about classical plays, documentary theatre, and theatre for young audiences. Recent regional highlights include The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane at South Coast Repertory (CA), MisterE of Imagination at Lexington Children's Theatre (KY), and King Lear at Key City Public Theatre (WA). Sylvie Mae holds basic Laban & Bartenieff certification from LIMS™ in New York City and is a member of TYA/USA. She is part of the company at Outliers Theatre Co. and recently completed a residency at SITI Company.

This event is FREE
**Space is very limited, please register early**

Contact information (email and/or phone): 
Contact Name: 
Ellie Rogowski