Actor , Author, Ginny McMath to Give Tarot Card Readings at Nasty Woman Concert Series
Ginny McMath, best-known for her recurring role on the hit show, “The Middle,” as well as author of “Broken Headbone,” has graciously donated her time to be on site at the inaugural Nasty Woman Concert Series show, to perform private Tarot Card readings for guests. The show, being held at DiPiazza’s Restaurant and Lounge in Long Beach, this Saturday, July 8 begins at 8pm (Red Carpet gala at 7PM), is the first of many, say show co-producers Amy Crosby and Susan McKenna.
“We are very excited for Ginny to join us at our first show for this Nasty Woman Concert Series movement. We are sure she will “wow” our guests with her magical presence and insights into the past, present and future,” says Amy Crosby, Co-founder of Nasty Woman Concerts.
Ginny has been a psychic all her life and is currently taking a course from Berkeley to be certified in Mindfulness teaching. She recently appeared on “The Inner Journey” radio show hosted by Greg Friedman, on KX 93.5 in Huntinghton Beach, CA where she did an impromptu reading of the show’s host (Greg Friedman). According to Greg, Ginny’s reading was “so accurate” he told his listeners to remember this show and to read about how true her reading was in his forthcoming book. Click to hear Ginny’s reading from that show.
“I am always going to support any and all groups that are working for equality for women, human rights, and the LGBTQ community. I will continue to provide love and light until there is absolute fairness for all. We demand it. And we will fight until we get it,” notes Ms. McMath.
Ginny McMath was born on The Eastern Shore of Virginia and is an American actress, comedienne, singer, writer, artist, and voice over personality, best known for her TV work. She has a recurring role on the hit show, “The Middle”, and has guest starred on many other shows from “Grey’s Anatomy” to “Will and Grace” to Rizzoli and Isles, and many more. She is a MAC award winner for her one woman show, “Mostly Dyed Blond.” She has starred in many regional and off-Broadway theater productions. She was picked as one of 10 untapped talents in NYC and sang on The Rosie O’Donnell show after winning. She also created the role Boo, and starred in the hit, “Bark, The Musical” which was the 2nd longest running show to ever take L.A by storm. Her 1st book “Broken Headbone” a book full of divorce humor is in the works for a T.V. show.
Ginny McMath’s first book allows you to enter her hilarious, thought provoking journey of six women taking life by the balls when their husbands walked out with theirs. Broken Headbone plows into these women’s brains with divorce humor as they find their way back to themselves. Survival told through outrageous stories. Laugh out loud in places you will find yourself thinking, “For God’s sake, snap out of it!” From dressing up for kid’s parties to apartment managing crack heads you can’t help but wonder if they lost their minds along the way. A fresh, new voice in American writing, Ginny McMath shows us you can heal through humor and by putting one foot in front of the other finding that maybe your head isn’t Broken just bent. Partial Proceeds from this book will go to Breast Cancer research.