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February 12th 2021: Odd Woman Out: Unscripted Identity & Life with Melanie Chartoff

Go backstage on Broadway, behind the scenes on network television, and inside the complicated psyche of a talented performer struggling to play the role of a complete human. Odd Woman Out: Exposure in Essays and Stories intimately exposes the nature of identity in the life of a performing artist, snapshotting the hopeful search for a self Chartoff could love, and someone else's self to love, too. Spoiler alert: She succeeds. What does it mean to know who you are when you've played so many others to a T? Who is the Me in She? Find out how one multi-faceted and famed actress discovered

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Melanie Chartoff

Beginning as an actor on and Off Broadway, Melanie Chartoff is best known for the many characters she created on Fridays, Seinfeld, Newhart, Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, Weird Science, Wise Guy and Rugrats. Recently published in McSweeney's, Medium, Entropy, Purple Clover, The Jewish Journal, Funny Times, Five on the Fifth, Glint, Entropy, Verdad, Bluestem, Evening Street Journal, Avalon Review, Mused, Jewlarious, Defenestration, Better after 50, Living the Second Act, and two editions of Chicken Soup for the Soul (Simon and Schuster), Odd Woman Out is her first book.
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