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article imageInterview: Tovah Feldshuh talks shows at Feinstein's at the Nikko Special

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 27, 2016 in Entertainment
San Fransisco - Esteemed actress Tovah Feldshuh chatted with Digital Journal about her shows at Feinstein's at the Nikko on April 29 and 30.
To learn more about "Tovah: Aging is Optional," or to obtain tickets, visit the venue's website by clicking here.
Regarding her "Aging is Optional" shows in San Francisco, Feldshuh said, "I am going to be dealing with quantum time. That sounds fancy. I am going to deal with jump-backs in time and how our minds and what we think influences the age we feel. If you remember the swing when you were three, part of you will go back to three years old, and to me, that lengthens your life, and it certainly lengths your youth, and therefore, aging is optional."
For Feldshuh, "aging is optional" is a lifestyle. "That's how I live my whole life. I swim a half mile a day, and I bike about five to six miles a day all over the city, and I take Pilates four times a week. The only thing I am missing is yoga. Every day I kind of sweat," she said. "It's part of this whole plan of living fully and youthfully, until it is time to leave your body."
She revealed that she will be doing a tremendous amount of singing in these two shows at Feinstein's at the Nikko. "It's a nightclub act. It's funny and sexy and I will be singing 'Where's The Bathroom?' from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. The intro to that is sometimes older people make younger people the oldest people we know. That's the umbrella for that. This mother is so critical that she ages her daughter. Some things keep you young and some things age you," Feldshuh said. "I am thrilled to do it, so that will be one of the newest numbers in the show. It deals with this stage of my life and my refusal to be my chronological age, which I will never discuss," she added, with a sweet laugh.
Feldshuh continued, "Aging is Optional has characters 8 to 80, comic and dramatic, who sing, and I sing with the voices of the characters. It's a one-woman show and one of the monikers of it is some people call them decades, I call them my collected works."
For more information on Tovah Feldshuh and her upcoming shows, check out her official website.
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