Actress Lauren Weedman performs “It’s Not You, It’s Me”

Actress Lauren Weedman returns to Indiana to perform her one woman show, “It’s Not You, It’s Me!”

Memorizing is so time consuming it just seems easier to just get up…and take whatever is happening and improv from it.”
FINALLY Lauren Weedman, star of HBO’s Looking, will perform in Indiana! The last time she performed in her home state was back in 1987 with the North Central Counterpoints show choir. Red Taffeta everywhere.

For the past few years she’s been traveling the country doing shows based on cities she was visiting: Boise, Albuquerque, Portland, Philadelphia, and now Indianapolis!!!!

She’ll explore Indy — the home of her youth! –– experiencing the city and the people for a week, then get up on stage and share the week’s happenings. The characters, moments, traumas, personal disasters, and the touristy highlights. Plus she has band and will be singing songs.

Lauren Weedman in Indianapolis after 25 years away. Could she move back to Indy to raise her son? Is L.A. really the place to raise a kid? Maybe Indiana could be the answer. Let’s find out…

“The show will probably end up being about my nine divorces, my dating life, and my struggle to escape LA, with some interesting tidbits about Indianapolis. And I’ll throw in some song and dance for the gays.” —Lauren Weedman
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