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Written and performed by Stacie Burrows
Directed by Elina de Santos
March 24, 2023 @ 8pm
Bulletproof Unicorn is a dark comedy from this ray of sunshine about drunks, guns, and God in America. Texas, July 2021. Armed with nothing but unicorn magic, Stacie Burrows tries to save her kids from her dysfunctional family, a murderous drunk brother, and far too many dead dogs in this one-hour solo dark comedy based on true events.
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Meet the Artists
STACIE BURROWS (Performer/Playwright) is a Los Angeles-based writer and performer. A veteran of stand-up and musical comedy, Stacie has performed in the Boston Comedy Festival, The Calgary Comedy Festival, Caroline’s on Broadway, Gotham Comedy Club NYC, Collective Unconscious NYC, Zanies Nashville, The Comedy Store Hollywood, and Flapper’s in Burbank. Stacie made her Edinburgh Fringe debut in August 2022. Stacie spent 10 years as half of the musical comedy duo Mommy Tonk. She also performed with the American storytelling show Expressing Motherhood.
Additionally, Walloch is a regular guest on The Moth, the acclaimed not-for-profit organization dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling; he is currently featured in their Peabody Award-winning-series, The Moth Radio Hour on National Public Radio.
Walloch was also featured in USA Network’s Characters Unite national live storytelling tour in sold out engagements from Seattle Center’s Marion Oliver McCaw Hall to the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, as well as the Newseum in Washington, DC and the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, CA. The national tour featured prominent talents such as Christopher Gorham, Forest Whitaker, Meghan McCain, Pam Grier, Nathan Lane, Octavia Spencer, Matt Bomer, John Legend and Willie Garson, among others. Walloch also appeared in the network’s Characters Unite, “I Won’t Stand For…,” PSA television campaign to fight hate and discrimination. Walloch continues to support USA Network’s
Characters Unite initiative.
With guest appearances on everything from The Howard Stern Show to Kurt Andersen’s Studio 360 on Public Radio International, the comedian has a broad appeal. He has performed to a capacity crowd at Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium in the variety show Sxip’s Hour of Charm, has opened for ‘60’s icon Janis Ian at the World Institute on Disability Gala in the Bay Area, and performed in The Moth: West Village Stories with Amy Sedaris and Andy Borowitz in New York City. The concert film,
F**k The Disabled, based on Walloch’s live show, starred Greg with a cast that included Stephen Baldwin, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara.
Walloch is passionate about storytelling bringing together community. He strongly believes that sharing our personal narrative has the power to change not only our own lives, but the lives of those around us. He regularly teaches concepts from his master class The Alchemy of Storytelling. Some of Walloch’s engagements have included the American Repertory Theater at Harvard, George Washington University, UC Berkeley, New York University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Loyola Marymount University, Sydney, Australia’s High School of the Performing Arts, Escuela Campo Alegre in Venezuela, and The Calhoun School in New York City, among others. He also mentors students at Hamburg Germany’s D&F Academy.
Greg Walloch currently resides and works in Los Angeles, CA.
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SOPHIE LYND she/her/hers (Production Stage Manager) is a senior at UC Santa Barbara majoring in Theater Design and minoring in Professional Writing. Recent credits at UCSB include Spectral Frequencies (Lighting Designer), Doubles (Co-
Promo photo credit : Desmond Burrows