MISF Performer Rhonda S. Musak

Photo by Gareth Hendee

Sunday, October 11, 2020
12:00 – 1:15pm PT

Rhonda Badonda: The Adventures of a Girl with a Pain in Her Brain

Written and Performed by Rhonda S. Musak
Directed by Gareth Hendee

New York, New York, USA

A show about learning disabilities and the determination to overcome them. Rhonda Badonda wants to function normally… Her brain has other ideas. Dive into the shape-shifting landscape of the mind as Rhonda unscrambles a hidden medical mystery and encounters the truth of her baffling and bewildering world. When your brain won’t cooperate, you have to get creative.

About the Artist

Rhonda S. Musak has performed her autobiographical solo show about learning disabilities nationally and internationally since 2015 and most recently in her hometown of Chicago at Greenhouse Theater Center. Rhonda has appeared in numerous NYC productions including the title role of Ondine, produced by her company, Deep Water Productions. Other favorites include: The School for Wives, The Good Person of Setzuan, A Christmas Carol and 3 productions of Romeo & Juliet. Rhonda has toured nationally and has performed regionally. She is a graduate of the National Shakespeare Conservatory and coaches actors 9-90+ at her acting studio, Art & Soul Acting.



As delineated by the performer
Age recommendation: 12+
Trigger Warnings: No
Run time: 55 minutes