Who: Funny girl Fran Drescher shares – in her unique voice – both poignant and hilarious stories of her life. An ordinary girl from Queens, Drescher threads together recollections, vivid stories and humorous characters, as well as memories of career, family and travel. And, don’t forget “fat” Fran, “thin” Fran and “everything-in-between” Fran. You’ll laugh and cry as you enjoy a great schmooze-fest.
Drescher, is most famous for her iconic role as Fran Fine in “The Nanny”. She also created the TV series, “Happily Divorced,” about life with her gay ex-husband, which is based on her real-life own marriage. Most recently she starred in “Safe Spaces”, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in May.
Drescher is also a uterine cancer survivor and the author of the best-selling book, “Cancer Schmancer.” She also founded the organization by the same name, CancerSchmancer.org which focuses on “transforming the nation’s current sick care system into one that focuses on genuine health“. Drescher is now an outspoken health care advocate and LGBT rights activist, who has served as a Public Diplomacy Envoy for Women’s Health Issues for the U.S. State Department.
When: Sat, 8/10 at 8 pm
Where: Provincetown Town Hall, 260 Commercial St | Directions
Cost: $55 – 125 | Buy Tickets