Brenda Adelman's nationally renowned one-woman stage play MY BROOKLYN HAMLET is currently running at Studio C Artists (6448 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90038), with upcoming performances April 19, 21, 26, and 28 at 8pm. Directed by John Coppola and produced by Michael Sonntag, MY BROOKLYN HAMLET is Brenda's acclaimed one-woman show about family, murder, love, betrayal and the power of forgiveness. In 1995 Brenda's mother was shot and killed by her father, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter. While serving two years in prison, her father married her aunt, sending Brenda into a deep depression that could only be saved by her writing and performing.
After receiving a Master's degree in Spiritual Psychology, Brenda has triumphed and moved on to write My Brooklyn Hamlet, a beautiful, raw and funny story about the art of forgiveness, loving again and overcoming obstacles that can hold you back from enjoying life. With successful runs at The Leeds International Jewish Theatre Festival (Leeds, England), The New End Theatre (London, England), Celebration Theatre (Los Angeles), Bang Comedy Theatre (Los Angeles), Philip Cotloff Center (NYC, NY), and Pulse Ensemble Theatre (NYC, NY) and many more, My Brooklyn Hamlet is poised for a successful open and six-week run.
For more information on Brenda Adelman and the one-woman show MY BROOKLYN HAMLET, please contact Marcus Bass, Get Scene Marketing & Public Relations @ 323.454.8343
Brenda Adelman is an award-winning actor, public speaker, and spiritual life coach. Growing up in Brooklyn, Brenda studied acting in New York City, London, and Los Angeles. She has performed in various productions around the world. Brenda has enjoyed runs of her one-woman show, My Brooklyn Hamlet, in AZ, NY, HI, NM, OK, CA, Leeds and London, England and in Vienna, Austria, including theatre festivals such as Until the Violence Stops: NYC, Repair the World: Vienna, Austria, and at the Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival. After experiencing her own journey to forgiveness, she has spoken on its power in front of domestic violence and child advocacy coalitions, the United States Air Force, spiritual communities nationwide, colleges, graduate school programs, high schools, a women's prison, and a youth-at-risk program. Brenda, who has a Master's degree in Spiritual Psychology, also works as a transformational life coach with other families who have been the victims of domestic violence. She is the proud recipient of a Hero of Forgiveness Award from the Hawaii International Forgiveness Project, and has been interviewed numerous times in print, radio, and TV, for media outlets like NPR and Fox News.