Lisa Lampanelli

has been known for nearly three decades as Comedy’s Lovable Queen of Mean. However, since writing and starring in Stuffed, she is confident she will become known as the Lin-Manuel Miranda of Off-Broadway or something with at least that melodious a ring to it.

In all seriousness, Lisa is gratified, delighted and thrilled that her lifelong battle with weight and food has yielded something other than cellulite and stretch marks. So, in that vein, she can’t wait to follow up Stuffed with a second play, Screwed, this one about her never-ending struggle with relationships. Let the writing commence!

For more info about Lisa. listen to her podcast, “Get Stuffed with Lisa Lampanelli,” on iTunes, go to her website at or follow her @LisaLampanelli on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. But don’t expect an immediate answer. She’s, like, really important.

Marsha Stephanie Blake

was most recently seen onstage as Emilia in Othello at NYTW. She has appeared on Broadway in The Merchant of Venice and Joe Turner’s Come and Gone for which she received the Paul Green Award from Tony Kushner. Off-Broadway credits include An Octoroon and Marie Antoinette at Soho Rep, Luck of the Irish at LCT3, Hurt Village at Signature Theatre (for which she won an Audelco Award). Film credits include four films now playing: Crown Heights (Sundance Film Festival Audience Award 2017), Person to Person, Wilde Wedding and Imitation Girl. TV credits: “Orange Is the New Black” (SAG Ensemble Award), “Getting On,” “The Good Wife,” “The Blacklist,” “The Big C,” “Elementary,” “Girls,” “Odd Mom Out.”

Nikki Blonsky

is best known for her Golden Globe nominated performance as Tracy Turnblad in the big screen adaptation of the hit musical Hairspray. Her most recent films include Geography Club, which is currently being adapted into a series, and Dog Years opposite Burt Reynolds and Ariel Winter, which premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. A native New Yorker, Nikki is also known from numerous hit television shows including NBC’s “Smash,” “Huge” on ABC Family and “Ugly Betty,” as well as the digital series “Valemont.”

Eden Malyn

Off-Broadway debut! Selected stage: Bad Jews (The English Theatre Frankfurt), Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Portland Center Stage), Behind Closed Doors (Theatre 80 St Marks), Erasing Eight (Detroit Rep), The Cherry Orchard (The Oasis Theatre Company), High Ceilings (The Hayworth Theatre), Desperate Writers (Edgemar Center for the Arts). Television: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Orange Is The New Black” (recurring), “American Horror Story,” “Castle,” “House of Lies” (recurring), “Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior.” Film: Alex and Jaime, Maybe Someday, Thanks for Dying, Deadheads. Upcoming feature film: Mike, Mike Tan. @OHEden.

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