“...Radiant with pathos.” –SF WEEKLY

"Performance genius...Dodge is a whirligig, a punching bag
registering blows self-inflicted by a corrosively lyrical imagination."
–BAY AREA REPORTER

“Dodge gives an incandescent, constantly surprising
performance as Valentine.”
–SAN FRANCISCO BAY GUARDIAN

"Dodge is deep and lonely and warm. Her pacing and
sadness call to mind Harvey Keitel or Otis Redding at
their aching best."
–SF Weekly

“I have drag kings now! I have Harriet [Harry] Dodge in
CECIL B. DEMENTED who has a real beard.
She’s very handsome.”
–John Waters, MEAN

"Harriet [Harry] Dodge holds the stage with
presence and passion!"
–Jennie Livingston, Director-Paris is Burning

"Foul-mouthed, whimsical, destructive, and patient
by U-turns, these [characters] are begotten by
Tennessee Williams on Allen Ginsberg
out of Jill Johnston plus Karen Finley."
–Bay Area Reporter

"Is anybody busier than Harriet Dodge?"
–Jerry Carroll, San Francisco Chronicle

"Harriet Dodge, whose solo shows have sold out so often,
some have despaired of ever seeing her live!"
–Heather Wisner, SF Weekly

"[Dodge's character] Jimmy's tough-guy stature becomes movie-star size..."
–Kate Friedman, San Francisco Bay Guardian

“She’s rewriting not only the script but the formulas...Hallelujah!”
–BAY AREA REPORTER

“A local legend.” –Glen Helfand, SF BAY GUARDIAN

harry@dodgekahn.com
www.dogekahn.com