In At Least It's Pink, Bridget Everett and Kenny Mellman bring to the stage the sordid tale of a girl from Manhattan, Kansas, who "just wants to find a man who doesn't cheat or steal, and who wants to try some unusual positions." Bridget recalls colorful childhood experiences with almost embarrassing candor, from being taught the fine art of stalking by her mom to hooking up with someone in a white girl/black man chat room. Imagine a dirty musical version of SEX & THE CITY, and you're starting to get the picture! Everett and musical director/pianist/dramaturge Kenny Mellman performs songs by Bruce Springsteen, Gladys Knight, Bill Withers, Hall and Oates, as well as a unique collection of jaw dropping originals.
Fans may also recognize Bridget from her gigs with The Isotoners and Kenny Mellman as one half of cabaret superstars Kiki and Herb.