I'm thrilled to be performing in the Tony-nominated play, GOOD PEOPLE.
FRI 8 SAT 8 SUN 3 through June 5
The Reviews are fantastic:
"Some of the best laughs come from the conflict between Marsha Morgan as Dottie, Margie's landlord and sometimes friend and babysitter, and Laura House as Jean, Margie's longtime friend who always has her back. Both women kill it, not only with their lines but also with how they bring their characters to life with little actions on stage." --NoHo Arts
"The entire acting team is top drawer"
" I loved this production. Simply staged, touchingly performed and achingly real. Christine Dunford has taken what could well become a classic of the American stage and a group of truly astonishing actors and produced something profound, heartbreaking and beautiful."
"All in all this is as close as it gets to a true must see show." - EXAMINER
Exciting! My script "How to Hate Yourself" landed on the prestigious We For She WriteHer list!
Laura House is a stand-up comic, actor & TV writer. She starred in Mtv's first fully-scripted sit-comAustin Stories, played a hillbilly slut opposite Natalie Portman in Where the Heart is and has performed stand-up on Comedy Central's Premium Blend, NBC and HBO. She's written on TV shows such asSamantha Who?, the George Lopez Show, Mad Love, Rosie and CBS's Mom & developed scripts at ABC, FX and Nickelodeon. Her essays are published in 3 books: True Tales of Lust & Love, CFN Guide to the Movies & Stricken: the 5000 Stages of Grief. She was a hit of the 2015 Hollywood Fringe Fest with her solo show How to Hate Yourself, which Huffpo called “a riotous laughfest and complete joy.” She also teaches meditation to deal with the aforementioned stuff.
Louis CK mentioned Laura as one of the funniest ladies, sorta, in a Reddit AMA.
Sharon Osbourne has called Laura "the funniest person I've ever met in my life." & tweeted this:
There's no better somewhere to be, there's no better someone to be. -- Pema Chodran (from "When Things Fall Apart")