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Ad Libs: But will she shave her head?

Uploaded: Sep 22, 2010
Los Altos actor and TheatreWorks regular Molly Bell has quite the cast of characters on her resume: the girl who romanced "Bat Boy," a Victorian-era teacher and the young speller Logainne Schwartzandgrubenierre, to name just a few. But, really, what can top portraying Britney Spears?

Bell is playing the Southern-fried pop tart one more time, when she and collaborator Daya Curley bring the musical they wrote back to the Bay Area. "Becoming Britney" had its world premiere in 2008 at the New York Fringe Festival, where Bell won an award for outstanding acting. Now the show is hitting the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, with performances from Oct. 28 through Nov. 14. ...

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