What they're saying:

"Humorous and introspective, The Keith Richards One Woman Show leads audiences through the highs and lows of the Rolling Stones guitarist's often ridiculous life."
- The Torontoist

"The Keith Richards One Woman Show is an entertaining rundown of the epic life of rock n' roll's quintessential living legend. It's a brilliant tribute to all things Keef that's equal parts hilarious, touching, and bizarre - like the man himself"
- Theatromania

One Yellow Rabbit presents

The Keith Richards One Woman Show

Suitcase in Point

St. Catharines, Canada

Mona loves the Stones. She can't get enough of Keith Richards. She is pretty-well obsessed. A chain-smoking, prophesying Richards summons rollicking memories to show this small-town, sleep-deprived "Keith junky," that you can't emulate your heroes. "I wanted to be Chuck Berry, baby, and then I met the fucker."

Inspired by his legendary image and outrageous endurance, The Keith Richards One Woman Show is a swishy-swashy Jack Daniels toast to getting by just as you are.

Performed by Deanna Jones, Mona's 'trip' through Keith's life from boyhood to drug-bust (Toronto, 1977) includes run-ins with Mick Jagger, Anita Pallenberg, Gram Parsons and a giant tongue. A live rock score, played by Kevin Richardson, invokes the world of the Stones and, in particular, the raw sounds of Keith.