Stream it at home: Barely lucid, lady-loving, nacho-eating cult favorite returns with an all new live show. 
Wednesday, July 8 at 8pm EDT on StageIt

Buy tickets HERE.

"An absolute riot." -- StageBuzz
"Big laughs... a must-see." -- Theatre Is Easy
“A romping, good time… a laugh riot." --
“She’s a scream! Molly for Lez-ident!” – Michael Musto, Village Voice
“Brilliant.” – Leslie Jordan, Emmy Award winner for Will & Grace
“Like the nachos Molly consumes with reckless abandon, you’ll soon find yourself acquiring a taste for this daffy and defiant dyke.” – Gay City News
“Uniquely hysterical” – Woman Around Town
“It’s her commitment to the character, along with her wonderful comic timing, that makes her shows a pleasure to watch.” – Gay Theatre NYC
“Genius.” – Provincetown Magazine

Andrea Alton stars as cult favorite Molly "Equality" Dykeman returns with an encore performance of in ALL BY MYSELF... A QUARANTINE LOVE STORY FOR THE LADIES, a live stay-at-home online performance experience like no other. Molly “Equality” Dykeman is a lovable, unapologetic, barely lucid train wreck who spends her days as a security guard at PS 339 in the Bronx, and her nights seducing women across the 5 boroughs.

Lady loving, nacho eating, toilet paper hoarding, Molly “Equality” Dykeman has spent the last 3 months writing her best poems ever. Now she is itching to share her quarantine-time observations with you. Come hang out with everyone’s favorite train wreck -- that’s assuming she pays her wifi bill.

ALL BY MYSELF... A QUARANTINE LOVE STORY FOR THE LADIES will be presented live at on Wednesday, July 8 at 8pm EDT / 5pm PDT. Running time is 30 minutes. Tickets are $10, available HERE.

Molly “Equality” Dykeman (and her alter-ego Andrea Alton) first made a splash with the critically acclaimed solo-show, The F*cking World According To Molly, which premiered at FringeNYC in 2011 and made its European Premiere at the 2012 Dublin International Gay Theater Festival. The production was later produced at the terraNOVA soloNOVA Festival and at The Laurie Beechman Theatre. Molly Dykeman has appeared all over New York with notable appearances at The Gotham Comedy Club, Comix, UCB, XL, The PIT, Stonewall, Frigid New York, and Dixon Place. She has also been seen at comedy/theatre festivals including the San Francisco Sketch Fest, Chicago Sketch Fest, DC Comedy Fest, Toronto Sketch Fest, Dixon Place HOT! Festival, and Woman’s Week in Provincetown. Her past shows include A Molly Jolly Christmas, I Can’t Even Think Straight, A Microwaved Burrito Filled with e. Coli, Molly's World and Happy Mollydays.