Hi, My Name Is....

Have you ever just hated the person you lived with? Have you ever been trapped in the same body as that person?

Well, Katy and Katherine have, and they are desperate to get out of this life-long lease agreement!! 

An anthropomorphic exploration of the internal self-talk we all do, "Hi, My Name is...." examines what it means to be truly ourselves, when we have no clue what that means. After a lifetime of constant bickering, trapped together in the same cramped space, Katy and Katherine decide the best thing would be to call a Vote, and argue to an impartial audience which personality should get to be the dominant one. 

As each tries to sway the audience, they unwittingly reveal the contradictory mess that lives inside all of us. The two characters often interrupt each other, each telling parts of the stories as they see it, and interacting with each other in ways that seems as though they don't know the audience is there.

Through frank, and honest storytelling, Katy and Katherine unravel and reveal what it means to be a broken person, struggling to determine what it means to be “Me”. 

Adults Only
50 minutes
Solo Performance, Theatre, Storytelling
Banshee House
2715 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205

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Katy White: Writer, Performer 

Ali Januzzi: Director 

Wow, a brave and compelling show- funny! but scary at times- to experience up close and personal the inner struggle of a young woman making sense of life , finding wisdom- loved it!
Bold, brave, and zany, Katy and Katherine combine their unique personalities to create an inspiring and heartfelt one woman show.
A fun, wild ride, and bittersweet as well. One cannot live without the other, two souls colliding in the same body constantly pulling and pushing. I’d love to see more of it!
"Hi, My Name Is..." is one of those rare and raw pieces of theatre you won't easily forget. Author/Performer Katy White is shocking, funny, but ultimately brave as we watch her negotiate with herself about what it means to be fully and wholly human in 2022. Not for those who are sensitive about language, sex or assault.
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Banshee House

2715 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205

Entrance: The front door is right off the sidewalk by the beer garden on Larimer St.

Parking: Larimer Street is closed off between 29th and 28th; street parking is available on neighboring streets

Accessibility: The entrance, lobby and performance space are all at street level; there is an ADA bathroom in the facility

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue;all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show