Did you ever wait for that moment in your life, where you figure it all out? You overcome all your challenges. You become one with the universe, and everything works for you. Youve arrived! And then you realize, thats not reality, at least not my reality.
Sometimes I'm Ok was written and is performed by Randi Simon Lupo, directed by Karen Case Cook, a New York Innovative Theatre Award Nominee, along with creative consultant Elizabeth Browning who is featured in "The Actor's Guide To Qualified Acting Coaches: New York."
Randi Lupo grew up in Brooklyn, one of four children, the daughter of a demanding father who was a lawyer driven by success and expected nothing less from his children. Randis mother valued beauty above all else and dressed her children to the nines, even at bedtime.
Randi was diagnosed with scoliosis as well as having multiple learning disabilities. She developed her own unique coping mechanisms and befriended her many therapists along the way.
When she became a young adult she met a rock n' roll roadie but he wasn't an ordinary roadie he was well versed in comparative religions and the ways of the world.
An insightful and endearing story of a woman who dreams big and takes no prisoners.