I got bangs because it was cheaper than botox. And then I just got botox.

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A Brief Bio

Bligh is an actor/singer/writer originally from Washington, D.C. now living in New York City. She is currently the female standby on the first national tour of the Tony Award winning musical, The Band’s Visit.

Bligh spent the better part of the last three years traveling the country regionally with Hunter Foster’s production of Million Dollar Quartet playing the role of Dyanne. It was very fun. She had a great wig. Here are some pictures.

Last year, Bligh wrote and performed her own solo show entitled “No Really, I’m Not Crazy” which had its New York premiere at The Green Room 42. Later that summer, she had the show’s DC premiere at Signature Theatre. The show is quite good, as is evident from this reel screenshot below:

Bligh wrote a successful blog called Avocados Are For Rich People, and had a podcast by the same name for a short time. She wrote the book for a new Cole Porter revue called, “Let’s Misbehave: Cole Porter After Dark” which had it’s debut with The American Pops Orchestra at Arena Stage. She is the editorial director of Nasty Women of New York , a photography project that melds the world of portrait photography with storytelling, giving a voice to the uniquely diverse women of New York City. Currently she is working on a book of first person narrative essays about depression and disco music. She spends her free time running races, chartering buses from NYC to DC for marches and protests, and cooking. 

Bligh loves fancy things, but secretly, is happiest at Olive Garden with that "all you can eat" soup/salad/breadsticks deal.


Feel free to email her at blighavoth@gmail.com
Follow her on Twitter
@blighavoth, Instagram @blighadeline.
When in New York, come chat with her in person at
Cafe Amrita. She doesn't own it, she just likes it there.