It’s early evening of 1939 Academy Awards- young Miss Davis is nominated for Best Actress in “Dark Victory”, and the Los Angeles Times -LEAKED the OSCAR winners EARLY!! “This year Vivian Leigh will take home the Oscar for Best Actress”...With Newspaper in hand the BOLD, DEFIANT and DISILLUSIONED, Bette Davis decides to leave! Journey into the young starlets battle to win freedom from the grip and control of the studio moguls of Hollywood. Witness Bette’s most defining moments as a tenacious young starlet fighting her way to the top!! See what happens when someone who always wins...loses.
Jessica Performed in Beverly, MA at the stunning CABOT THEATER, a beautiful 100 year old, 600 seat theater. The audience filled with eager adoring Yankee fans. Miss Davis having been born in Lowell, MA had quite a homecoming. We were the first theater show in 50 years to step foot on stage and first time in 30 years the curtains were drawn. Miss Davis was a part of history bringing Theater back to a landmark theater THE CABOT.
We had an excellent interview with CBS Virginia. The Beacon Theater in Hopewell, VA has thrived from big name bands. The theater has recently been renovated and the 784 seat space was thriving for something new. Miss Davis was their first stage show in over 10 years. Please take a peak at our excellent interview about making history and theater happen. Theater is much needed EVERYWHERE and Bette Davis is just the show to make that happen:
"Brilliant hour of Theater. A performance that was worthy of an Oscar"
"Sherr is mesmerizing to watch. A dynamic performance reflecting both vanity and vulnerability"
"Sherr delivers and wonderful performance"
"Sherr is a tour-de-force"
The Quotidian Times
"She is sardonic, sultry, sexy, vicious and vivacious, dominating the stage from word one. (Bette would've been proud"
"Very Strong Piece"
St. James Theatre London