Blindsided is a product of Jeannette’s commitment to live, as well as her pledge to helping others who battle with their own raison d’etre. By going where no else has gone – into the lives of those we’ve lost, and into those who are left behind – this show has already been touted as a “groundbreaking resource for an epidemic that takes more lives than automobile accidents each year.”

Born to a nun and a monk in the small town of Alachua, Florida, Jeannette was always a standout kid…and also one who stood alone. Until she met her best friend Katie, who, tragically, at the age of 16, took her own life.

Thus began Jeannette’s battle to sink or swim, or – in her case – live or die. Jeannette has dedicated her life’s work to helping others work life out. Welcome to her world. It’s a better place with you in it.

Book Jeannette!

Jeannette is available to perform her one-woman show ‘Blindsided’ at theaters, comedy venues and colleges nationwide. Please contact Dylan Gadino at Thanks!

Using humor and honesty, Jeannette’s one-woman show touches the heart and soul of what we in America are so unwilling to talk about or discuss– suicide and our cultural unkindness towards others who are sometimes just like us. Jeanne Stallings



Tonight is the night! Come on out to Revive Theatre in Santa Monica. Tickets will be available at the door for $25 (CASH ONLY so hit ye olde ATM) Show starts at 6 pm! Proceeds to charity.

Bring your friends!

12420 Santa Monica Blvd
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Saturday, Feb. 3 in Santa Monica at 6 pm ... go see Jeannette do Blindsided.... details and tickets in the link below... ... See MoreSee Less

Jeannette Rizzi is gearing up for Blindsided on Saturday, Feb. 3 in Santa Monica. She couldn't do it without her trusty coach Maximillian. Get your tickets now! $25 (Proceeds to a local mental health charity). ... See MoreSee Less

SATURDAY, Feb. 3 at 6 pm - Blindsided is happening in Santa Monica! Proceeds to a mental health charity. Get your ticket now... they're moving... only 49 seats at the theater. It's what Jeannette's grandma would've wanted. Let's do this!

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