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If you’re looking for laughs and Broadway style theatrical entertainment, Fanny Brice is the one to deliver ‘em to ya — well, Fanny Brice via Kimberly Faye Greenberg. The legendary comedian’s life was first dramatized by Barbra Streisand in the hit Broadway musical and film Funny Girl, and now you can see Greenberg capture her hilarious spirit all over again in this original critically acclaimed and fabulous one-woman show.


Named one of the BEST THINGS TO STREAM now by American Theatre Magazine, Time Out New York, Theatrical Development Fund (TDF), Theatre Pizzazz, Times Square Chronicles (NYC) and more!


Enjoy classic show tunes, good old-fashioned fun, and hilarity, as we travel through time with Fanny Brice, the legendary Jewish comedienne, Ziegfeld Follies/Broadway star, recording artist, and film actress extraordinaire. One of the most popular radio stars of all time, Fanny was the voice of “Baby Snooks” on air for 25 years and even better known as the inspiration for the musical & movie Funny Girl.


Join her as she takes you on an unforgettable nostalgic journey throughout her life and jaw-dropping infamous relationships, while she entertains with many of her popular hits and songs inspired by her legacy.


Perfect for all ages, lovers of history, and anyone that misses a fun night out at the theater!



Creative Team:

Starring as Fanny Brice: Kimberly Faye Greenberg

Director: Brian Childers

Musical Director/Arranger: Jeff Biering

Choreographer: Justin Boccitto

Costume Designer: Ryan Matthieu Smith

Writer: Kimberly Faye Greenberg

Additional Material: Brian Childers

Additonal Arrangements: Julianne B. Merrill

Creative Consultant: Kimberly Rehfuss


Vivacity and Voice of Fanny Brice!.

NY Times