Tell me in one paragraph everything about your long life!
(AKA My Bio)
From PHILADELPHIA CITY PAPER:
"Kittson O’Neill embodies this dynamic free spirit, a party girl and dissatisfied subject (“I’m so sick of pictures of my breasts,” she complains) until photography (and a fiery affair with Man Ray) opens her eyes. The play covers numerous events and drops many names, but through O’Neill’s unfettered performance, we ride the highs of her loves and fame, the lows of her World War II combat photography and alcoholism, and the too-contemporary problems of a woman living boldly in a man’s world. " - MARK COFTA
From TALKING BROADWAY:
"And it boasts a dynamic lead performance by Kittson O'Neill, who, like the real Lee Miller, grabs your attention and never lets go.
O'Neill, who is only offstage for one minute during a show that lasts nearly two hours, plays Miller with a confident delivery, a brash manner, an insistent gaze, and a sly, knowing smile. She does a superb job of conveying Miller's bracing intelligence and confident sexuality. Stalking the stage wearing costume designer Charlotte Cloe Fox Wind's white pantsuit (and sometimes wearing nothing at all), she portrays a Lee Miller who won't be satisfied until all her hungers are satisfied, but knows they never will be." - TIM DUNLEAVY