Presented by Donna Kay Yarborough (Clackamas, Oregon, USA)

Rating: PG-13
Genre: Storytelling
Premiere?: Pittsburgh Premiere

Every addict has reasons for using. Some reasons are more horrifying than others. Jamie is an alcoholic, and it’s her turn to share her story. A suspenseful testament of addiction and the inescapable darkness behind it. Storytelling/Horror

Show Creator(s): Donna Kay Yarborough

About the Performer(s):

Texas-raised Donna Kay Yarborough is an actor/singer/improvisor/comedian/smooth talker based in Portland, OR. She always had talent for talking and a voice to match it. Donna Kay received a B.F.A. in Acting from Texas State University, San Marcos, and has been a proud member of ComedySportz improv since 1995. She has performed improv, music, theatre, storytelling, and comedy across the United States and Canada. Donna Kay writes a damn fine country music tune, performs a mighty drag king Frank Sinatra, can scare the bejeezus out of you, and is happy to make you look good on stage.

Times (EDT):
Available On-Demand May 6th through May 9th!

Streaming Type: On-Demand

Platform: Vimeo


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Fringes performed at:

Fresno Fringe, Orlando Fringe, Saskatoon Fringe, Minneapolis Fringe, Cincinnati Fringe, Victoria Fringe, Vancouver Fringe

Check out what others are saying:

“An enthralling exploration of the horrors of addiction and trauma...Simple in its execution, but with far greater depth than one might expect, Yarborough proves herself to be a masterful writer and performer with a great deal of promise. 4 STARS” --Nico Marrone, The Wee Review

“‘Rosegold’ is not a conventional horror story; Donna Kay Yarborough is so confident, she even mocks the clichés of the genre… an intense experience and essential viewing.” --David Cunningham, British Theatre Guide

“...this American tale may send you to bed with the horrors – both of the unknown which is in the darkness and that which constitutes addiction.” --John Chapman, 2ndFromBottom Review