White Feminist

Dust off your pussy hat and your white pants suit, Becky is back for a one night only showing and this time she has an even bigger platform: The Wilma’s main stage!

READ THE REVIEW: "White Like Me" from Broad Street Review.

#BoycottBecky! Talk show host Becky Harlowe is filming this episode of “Becky's Time Live.” And you're lucky enough to be in the studio audience as she crashes and burns. The only thing is she's not going down alone! Applaud, smile, dance and speak only when spoken to as your host Becky presides with the hard hitting, serious questions only a daytime talk show host can ask. With the best of intentions and the worst of exclusionary feminism, White Feminist is Megyn Kelly without the cue cards, Taylor Swift without the appropriated beats, and Lena Dunham without the half-hearted apologies. We bet you 77 cents on the dollar you're going to love it!



  • General Admission: $20

  • LIMITED! Becky's Corner Tickets: $25. Exclusive on-stage table seating. Be a special part of Becky’s live studio audience. You could even be an on-air guest!

  • Student/ Theater Industry: $10

  • Senior: $10



ABOUT THE ARTIST: Lee Minora is a theater maker, comedian and solo artist based in Philadelphia. Her solo show Cheeks, a wild feminist clown play, was originally produced by The Berserker Residents in the 2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival where it premiered as one half of the clown double header I F*cking Dare You. Cheeks was then remounted at Good Good Comedy Theater and The Scranton Shakespeare Festival before it toured to The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017. Lee was awarded the Jilline Ringle Solo Performance grant to help support her run at the Edinburgh Fringe. Lee has created and performed work with The Berserker Residents, Applied Mechanics, New Paradise Laboratories, Renegade Theater and Found Theater Company where she was a co-founding member. Regionally, she has performed with EgoPo Classic Theater, The Lantern Theater, Quintessence Theater Group, The Scranton Shakespeare Festival and Tiny Dynamite. She is also a teaching artist for The Wilma Theater, The Lantern Theater and The Scranton Shakespeare Festival. Lee is a graduate of Temple University where she received her BA in theater. 


Content Advisory: This show contains material that may be upsetting for some viewers. If you’d like more information please email lee.minora@gmail.com.

Photo of Lee Minora by Plate 3 Photography.