Tricia Rose Burt | How to Draw a Nekkid Man

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How to Draw a Nekkid Man

by Tricia Rose Burt

The acclaimed solo show based on The Moth podcast, which was downloaded by a quarter million listeners. A fascinating trip from corporate executive to contemporary artist. "You will howl with laughter just moments before you are deeply moved."
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Birthday With a Zero
0:56 album only
2. Nothing Blows My Skirt Up
2:37 album only
3. Doing What I'm Told to Do
2:07 album only
4. One Right Way
2:19 album only
5. People Are Looking
3:11 album only
6. The Shoulds
1:55 album only
7. Bankruptcy, Pigface, and Bette Midler
7:03 album only
8. You Need to Be in the Arts
1:54 album only
9. Brain Freeze
2:43 album only
10. The Nekkid Man
4:47 album only
11. Claimed By My Tribe
4:39 album only
12. The Unraveling Begins
2:27 album only
13. Snapshot of a Shaky Marriage
4:01 album only
14. I Will Be Good
3:46 album only
15. The Other Woman Next Door
3:55 album only
16. Shut Up and Let Go
4:30 album only
17. Grief and Suffering
2:33 album only
18. I Am a Dancero
4:27 album only
19. Why Aren't There Any Heads?
3:21 album only
20. Sacred Ground
5:36 album only
21. The Sun Shines in Ireland
1:55 album only
22. The Cost of Staying
3:14 album only
23. Answered Prayer
3:23 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"Tricia Rose Burt is a born storyteller, whose voice mesmerizes and who puts a new, thoroughly original spin on the Southern belle. You will howl with laughter just moments before you are deeply moved." -- Catherine Burns, artistic director for The Moth

"Tricia Rose Burt's bumpy, fascinating trip from Southern belle to free agent and artist is a wonderful story, soulfully and hilariously told. If God, that jokester, laughs at our tidy plans, Burt is laughing right along -- and so are her lucky audiences." -- Jenny Allen, writer, monologist, and star of the Off-Broadway hit "I Got Sick Then I Got Better"

"Tricia Rose Burt is a treasure, as a brilliant storyteller and a wise observer of life's surprising and sometimes unexpected paths to our deepest satisfactions. She speaks from an intimate place where creativity and courage intersect. She's also hilarious. What a combination." -- Charles Kravetz, General Manager, WBUR Boston

"In the hilarious and enlightening How to Draw a Nekkid Man, Burt charms her audiences with exceptional writing and a captivating performance. She's delightfully self-effacing and intimate and tells a personal story -- that's really about all of us -- while wielding a razor sharp wit." -- Judith Lisi, Chief Executive Officer, Straz Center for the Arts

"Tricia Rose Burt is a master storyteller who could make a grocery list sound interesting. How to Draw a Nekkid Man reveals how life's rare epiphanies can both elude and transform us, and Burt tells it with humor and power." -- Jamie Trowbridge, president of Yankee Magazine

"How to Draw a Nekkid Man made me roar with laughter!" -- Peg Golden, Tony Award-winning producer, "Thoroughly Modern Millie"

"A wonderful, hilarious performance." -- Sy Montgomery, New York Times bestselling author and National Book Award finalist

About the Show
Written and Performed by Tricia Rose Burt
Directed by Mia Rovegno
In her one-woman show, Burt chronicles her witty and poignant trip from Southern belle to contemporary artist, while battling social propriety and corporate America. Along the way, she captures a nekkid man's essence, finds compassion for a home wrecker named Pigface, and is stalked by God.

Official Selection of the 15th Annual New York International Fringe Festival
Official Selection for the FringeNYC Encore Series
Official Selection for the 2015 United Solo Theatre Festival

About Tricia Rose Burt
An award-winning visual artist, Tricia expanded her creative focus from studio art to writing and performing in 2008. Informed by personal experience, her work concentrates on transformation, often questioning conformity and celebrating difference. She is a frequent guest storyteller with numerous organizations, including the internationally acclaimed storytelling organization, The Moth, which The Wall Street Journal calls New York's "hippest, hottest literary event."

Her solo show, "How to Draw a Nekkid Man" debuted in 2008, and Tricia has since performed it throughout New England, New York, and the South. She continues to perform at venues throughout the country. Plans for a memoir are in the works, and she maintains a (somewhat) weekly blog.

Cover photo: Liz Linder



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