I’m Sorry, So Sorry

The show, which features Katya playing a variety of roles — both human and non — follows her story from an insecure Cuban-Jewish kid with eating disorders “that can only be cured by Tina Turner,” to a passionate woman in search of purpose and justice. “I’m Sorry” tackles current-day animal rights issues, interweaving them with Katya’s own personal self-esteem issues, and how her activism ultimately cured her and gave her life the deep purpose she’d so strongly craved.

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