E2E: Villain Era

Archived Show


Produced by:
Star Stone
July 09 - July 11, 2024
Run Time:
1 Hour, 0 Minute
Showing in Theater
$18 (incl. a $2 fee) | 59E59 Members: $15

Show Info

Written and performed by Star Stone
Directed by Ryan Cunningham

It's 2019 and Star is cast in a reality competition show on YouTube that goes viral with 17 million views. Only problem is she was given the villain edit! Sharing her true story publicly for the first time, Star reveals it all from battling trolls and bots to the effects it had on her in this one-woman multi-media comedy show. 

Please note this production may contain flashing lights.

Part of 59E59 Theaters' East to Edinburgh 2024

Star Stone in VILLAIN ERA
Photo Caption: Star Stone in VILLAIN ERA
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Producing Company

Star Stone

Star Stone (Playwright/Performer) is an actress, producer, and playwright. She is the writer and creator of #MeToo, a one-woman show (Edinburgh Fringe, SOLOFEST, United Solo, Second City, Hollywood Fringe) and the creator of Villain Era. Star is a recent recipient of a grant awarded by the V-Day Foundation, V, formerly known as Eve Ensler’s foundation. She is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Theatre and a graduate of UCB LA's Improv School.

Ryan Cunningham (Director) is a queer writer/director and Emmy & Peabody award-winning producer in film, television, and theater. Directing credits: Samantha Bee presents Wits End (NYCF, SXSW), Sugar Daddy (SoHo Playhouse NYC & Soho Theatre London), Alan Cumming’s Club Cumming Presents a Queer Comedy Extravaganza! (Showtime), Ilana Glazer: The Planet is Burning (Amazon), Expecting Amy (HBO Max), and the upcoming feature Lone Wolves. Ryan is also slated to direct the docuseries JOHN LENNON 1980 for XTR. TV producing credits include Broad City (Comedy Central), Search Party (TBS/HBO Max), Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central), The Last O.G. (TBS), and Ziwe (Showtime). Film producing credits include Keep the Change (winner Tribeca Film Festival 2017) directed by RISD FAV Alumni Rachel Israel, and Becks (winner, Los Angeles Film Festival 2017), directed by Dan Powell and Liz Rohrbaugh.