The reviews are in and, according to the Washington Post, Rain Pryor has boosted the profile of the Strand Theater Co.
"The person who just took over leadership of the Strand might ring a bell, though. Rain Pryor, Richard’s 43-year-old daughter, is now running the ship," the Post writes.
"And while Pryor is candid about volunteering “to pimp my name” to get the shoestring troupe a little more visibility, her theater bona fides are strong. Pryor is currently enjoying off-Broadway success with her solo show “Fried Chicken and Latkes,” an autobiographical monologue with jazz music featuring Pryor’s takes on her famous father
, her Jewish mother, showbiz and more."
Pryor has been living in Baltimore since 2006, the Post writes. The New York Times also recently featured Pryor
Founded by Jayme Kilburn, the Strand is located in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District and operates on a shoestring budget of $30,000.