Wild Orphan Baby
Wild Orphan Baby
A New Monologue by Bridget Young
One Night Only: September 30, 2017
Saturday @ 7:30 p.m.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m., Opening Act at 7:30 p.m., Bridget Young at 8:30 p.m.
A funny, poignant, true story about growing up fast during hard times!
Plus special musical guest The Lonely Coast
Please join us for a special evening of laughs and musical entertainment with proceeds going to Morrow Manor.
A hometown girl, Bridget grew up on the mean streets of Bainbridge Island and Indianola. The quirky and surprising story of her family’s fall from grace and her determination to patch together a better future for herself in difficult circumstances should resonate with teenagers, anyone who survived New Age parents and those who have been or who work with the hidden poor.
Bridget Young originally started performing “Realtor Lady” using stories from her real estate career as a way to entertain her fellow agents. She has since written and performed numerous shows about motherhood called “Because I Said So”. Her newest monologue is a humorous and heartfelt story about her childhood called “Wild Orphan Baby”. Bridget has performed at The Admiral Theatre in Bremerton, Bainbridge Performing Arts, The Indianola Clubhouse, Suncadia Lodge, 12 Minutes Max at On The Boards, The Rendezvous, The Bainbridge Art Museum, and the Jewelbox Theatre. All proceeds from her performances go to support non-profit organizations and needy families.
The Lonely Coast is a trio of folk music artists who perform mesmerizing close-harmony folk arrangements from Eastern Europe and the Americas.
Morrow Manor offers safe, supportive, affordable, longer-term housing for survivors of domestic violence in Kitsap County.
Wild Orphan Baby is suitable for ages 12 and above.