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Bridgett Everett and the Tender Moments @ The Beacon, NYC

October 24 @ 7:00 pm

Bridgett Everett Beacon - Danton BollerBridget Everett and The Tender Moments will come to the Beacon Theatre on October 24.

Bridget Everett is a comedian, actor, singer, writer and producer living in New York City. She is currently the star, writer and executive Producer of HBO’s critically acclaimed, Peabody and GLAAD nominated, and AFI “Program of the Year” comedy series, “Somebody Somewhere,” returning for its third season later this year. Inspired by her own life as an actor, singer, and Midwesterner, Everett plays Sam Miller, a true Kansan still struggling to fit the hometown mold, grappling with loss and acceptance, and leading her on a journey to discover herself and a community of outsiders who don’t fit in but don’t give up.

Variety called her performance “dazzling” and Rolling Stone as “hypnotizing.” The Boston Globe declared the series as a “revelation” that “exudes compassion” with a “nuanced take on the everyday.” Bridget was recently nominated for a Critics Choice Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for season two, a TCA Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Comedy, Spirit Award for Lead Performance in a New Scripted Series, and a Hollywood Critics Association Award nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy Series. Everett’s breakout TV success proves that “dreams don’t have deadlines.” Bridget’s other television /film credits include “Patti Cake$,” HBO’s “Camping,” “Trainwreck.”

Bridget Everett and The Tender Moments regularly perform her acclaimed cabaret show at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Bridget’s legendary and take-no-prisoners live act is a perennial sold-out hit and has garnered a faithful cult following. Her in-your-face comedy is mixed with one outrageous rocking and original song after another. Dripping with hard-earned sweat in her sparkling and revealing House of Larréon dresses, she swigs from a bottle in a paper bag while telling stories about her dysfunctional family and her struggles.


October 24
7:00 pm


The Beacon
2124 Broadway
NYC, NY 10023
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