Storyteller Courtney Antonioli presents “18 days. 48 girls.” featuring an hour of comedic, true stories from her time running an all-girls summer camp for five performances during the 2017 FRIGID Festival.
Antonioli, with little experience running a camp but with a lot of practice being a girl, decided to take a summer camp director job. Having been fired months before from her grant writer job, Courtney was looking to boost her confidence and make a positive impact. In charge of 48 teenage girls for 18 days with 0 cell phones, Antonioli endured every conceivable disaster camp had to offer.
Pixie sticks. Edward Scissorhands. The police. Frozen t-shirts. Periods. Crying. Parents. A mixture of storytelling and stand up, “18 days. 48 girls.” is Antonioli’s attempt to figure out if she really did change any lives (good or bad) or if she was the one left altered forever.
18 days. 48 girls.
Written and performed by Courtney Antonioli
Directed by Chris Chan Roberson
Saturday, February 18 @ 12:30PM
Thursday, February 23 @ 5:30PM
Saturday, February 25 @ 8:50PM
Friday, March 3 @ 5:30PM
Saturday, March 4 @ 5:30PM