Johnnie Fiori will play Betty 4 in the UK première of Jen Silverman's Collective Rage. The production opens in the Large at Southwark Playhouse on 29th January, with previews from 24th January and runs until 17 February.
Collective Rage explores the lives of five very different New York women named Betty collide at the intersection of anger, sex and theatre. As they meet, fall in love, rehearse, revel and rage, they realise that they've been stuck reading the same scripts for far too long. Strongly influenced by cabaret and female drag, this outrageous comedy exquisitely rejects shame and stereotype.
“It will punch you in the gut, break your heart and then take you dancing.” Broadway World
Johnnie’s theatre credits include originating the role of Motormouth Mabel in Hairspray, Thoroughly Modern Millie and 125th Street at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Other theatre credits include The Sunshine Boys (Savoy Theatre), Vernon God Little (Young Vic) and The Exonerated (Riverside Studios). For television, her work includes Episodes and Lost in London; and for film, Powder Room. In addition to acting, Fiori has also had an extensive singing career.
Collective Rage runs from 29th January – 17th February at Southwark Playhouse. Buy tickets here.