The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign
An aspiring actress climbs the 50-foot H looking down on a city of broken dreams. She has only ever wanted one thing: to be a star. A play with music about the quest for fame, inspired by forgotten histories of Hollywood's Golden Age. Written and performed by Joanne Hartstone. Winner: Made in Adelaide and Holden Street Theatres Awards (Adelaide Fringe 2017). Encore Producers Award, Tvolution Best Solo Show (Female) and Pick of the Fringe (Hollywood Fringe 2017). 'A true superstar is born' ★★★★★ (EdinburghGuide.com). 'Sassy, smart, and above all edgy' ★★★★★ (Edinburgh49.org).
Haze and mild sexual references.
Age category: 14+
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Reviews & features
The Girl Who Jumped Off The Hollywood Sign13 Aug 2018
Joanne Hartstone's play examines the cruel, ruthless side of the film industry
For Evie Edwards, lured by the hope of Hollywood stardom, the penny has dropped. She realises it's a ruthless, fiercely competitive world where loyalty is at a premium and opportunities come but once. As desperation kicks in she cries out: 'It's in my…