Saturday, March 30th, 8pm
Spit Like a Big Girl
A southern “daddy’s girl” grows up and learns to fiercely advocate for her daughter.
Clarinda Ross, (Spit Like a Big Girl) is a LAWTF veteran. She currently directs the Advanced Actors Workshop at the Los Angeles City College Theatre Academy. She has toured extensively; her plays have been produced at several Equity theatres and published by Applause Theatre Books, The Kenyon Review, and the Coachella Review.
Her first play, From My Grandmother’s Grandmother Unto Me, just received its thirtieth production. She received her MFA in Creative Writing for Performance at UC Riverside/Palm Desert. Clarinda served for many years on the National Council of Actors’ Equity and as a delegate for SAG-AFTRA. She is a SoCal Ambassador for the Dramatists Guild of America. She is becoming increasingly sure that greed is the problem.