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Wishful Drinking                                                 Jul. 23-Aug. 2, 2008

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Directed by Tony Taccone
Set/Light/Projection Design by Alexander V. Nichols

GET CARRIED AWAY WITH CARRIE FISHER—LIVE!

Limited Engagement … Only 14 Performances!
Tickets ON-SALE NOW!
July 23 – August 2
, 2008

Group discount on Tuesday and Wednesdays!
For group tickets, contact Lia Fischer at LiaF@sjrep.com or 408-367-7279

San Jose Repertory Theatre Presents a Jonathan Reinis Production with Jamie Cesa and Eva Price in association with Berkeley Repertory Theatre

Check out hilarious clips from the show on our Production Notes page.

Carrie Fisher is the life of the party with Wishful Drinking, an uproarious look at her Hollywood hangover.  Fisher tells a true and intoxicating story with her trademark wit and humor. From starring as Princess Leia to penning the bestseller Postcards from the Edge, from having Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher as parents to marrying and divorcing Paul Simon… this Tinseltown toddler lands among the stars when she’s cast in a little movie called Star Wars. But it isn’t all sweetness and light sabers: as a single mom, she also battles addiction, depression, mental institutions, and that awful hyperspace hairdo. Fisher’s tale is a tabloid vivant the Los Angeles Times calls a “Beverly Hills yard sale of juicy anecdotes.” Carrie Fisher’s Wishful Drinking is an uproarious look at a Hollywood hangover and a chance to get Carried Away!

CARRIE FISHER is…

Hilariously sardonic and inappropriate”—SF Chronicle

 “A cheerfully tart one-liner machine”—SJ Mercury News

 “An absolute riot!”—KGO-AM

Amazing show…my highest rating of four hats! And hats off to this fabulous, funny, wild ride through showbiz with a remarkable woman! I love this show and so will you!”—Jan Wahl, KCBS radio

She’s an absolute riot. What a surprise performance. I could see it again, and I will…You’ll double over laughing at the skeletons in Carrie’s closet.”—Jerry Friedman, ABC radio