Cancelled: Presenting Mary Goggin’s Multiple Award Winning “Runaway Princess, A Hopeful Tale Of Heroin, Hooking & Happiness”

Posted on February 18, 2019, 10:23 am
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2019 FRIGID New York Festival presents Mary Goggin’s multiple award-winning show, “Runaway Princess, a Hopeful Tale of Heroin, Hooking and Happiness.” In “Runaway Princess…” Goggin, a writer/actor and former professional call girl, shares a story of Irish Catholicism, sex and addiction.

Cancelled: Presenting Mary Goggin’s Multiple Award Winning “Runaway Princess, A Hopeful Tale Of Heroin, Hooking & Happiness”

Cancelled: Presenting Mary Goggin’s Multiple Award Winning “Runaway Princess, A Hopeful Tale Of Heroin, Hooking & Happiness”The tale is laced with humor and pathos and a multitude of characters she encountered along the way to ultimately finding joy. “Runaway Princess…” which swept up three 2018 United Solo awards (Best Storyteller, Solo Critics Choice, Best Seller), will have five performances in the 12 year old FRIGID Festival, founded by Horse Trade Theater Group in 2007.

“Miss Goggin injects effortless humor into a masterful story of drugs, homelessness and prostitution… from Ireland to Bronx she vividly describes the debaucheries of the 70s…the story of someone who has come into herself.” All About Solo Critics Choice.

The performances will take place at:

Under St. Marks Theater
94 St. Marks Place
New York, NY 10009

Showtimes: *** CANCELLED ***

To buy tickets online, please visit here. The cost is $20.00 ($15.00 for seniors, students and military).

For more information, please visit here.

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About Mary Goggin

Mary Goggin, Writer, Performer (AEA, DG, SAG-AFTRA) is a New York based actor born to Irish emigrants and raised in Bronx. An actor on stage and in film for 20 years, Mary is making her FRIGID debut with Runaway Princess. Her favorite recent roles include “Ella O’Neill” (wife of Eugene O’Neill) in Ann Hansen’s “Road to Babylon,” in the Broadway Bound Festival. She has enjoyed being directed by Cyndy Marion in numerous Tennessee works including, Cavalier for M’Lady, Clothes For A Summer Hotel and A Perfect Analysis Given by a Parrot. Mary appeared in PB & J for the NY Fringe Festival and Born to be Blue, a winner in the Samuel French Festival. Her favorite TV roles include spots in Broad City, Law and Order, Guiding Light, The Grind (Amazon). Favorite film roles include Little Children, MAD (soon to be released), The Trouble with Bliss, Gasoline, Bronx Paradise. For more information on Mary, please visit here.

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About Dan Ruth

Dan Ruth (Director) is an award-winning actor and performance artist. His solo play, A Life Behind Bars, has been produced in New York City, Los Angeles and around the country, and is the winner of the 2016 United Solo Festival Award for “Best Autobiographical Show,” The 2018 Bistro Award winner for “Outstanding Solo Play,” MAC Award for “Best Spoken Word Artist” and the 2018 Producers Encore Award from the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Dan has directed both regionally and in NYC where he also served as a core director for The A-Train Plays at the Sanford Meisner Theatre. For more information, please visit here.

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About FRIGID

Founded in 2007, FRIGID is an open and uncensored theatre festival that gives artists an opportunity to let their ingenuity thrive in a venue that values freedom of expression and artistic determination. In true support of our Indie Theater Community, 100% of box office proceeds will go directly to the artists whose work is being presented. FRIGID is here to chill out the New York independent theatre scene’s ideas of what a theatre festival can be. For more information, please visit here.

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