Wishful Drinking on Broadway
Princess Leia is coming to Broadway! Well, not exactly. Carrie Fisher, daughter of Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, is still remembered by many as playing that feisty royal lady in the Star Wars movies. But she went on to appear in other major films like The Blues Brothers and When Harry Met Sally, as well as becoming a successful author and screenwriter.
Carrie Fisher discusses her experiences in her new solo stage show Wishful Drinking, which is based on her memoir of the same name. The play has already been a big hit in regional theaters around the country, and now it finally arrives on Broadway with this production at the Roundabout Theatre Company's Studio 54.
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With her new solo play Wishful Drinking, Carrie Fisher not only talks about her life in the wild world of entertainment, but she reveals (in her darkly humorous way) the pain and struggle behind the Hollywood glamour, detailing her troubles with bipolar disorder and drug addiction.
Tony Taccone (Direction)
Alexander V. Nichols (Design)
Carrie Fisher (Playwright)
Summary In this hilarious and sometimes twisted autobiographical one-woman show, actress and writer Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia in the Star Wars movies) talks about her career, the perils of growing up as the child of Hollywood stars, and her battle with substance addiction.
Our Recommendation Fisher has already gained some practice with this solo show, which she has performed around the country. Thanks to Roundabout Theatre Company, New Yorkers are now getting a chance to see Princess Leia herself perform this non-stop funny, Hollywood anecdote-filled, theatrical memoir live on Broadway.