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Spotlight: Crystal Bush
Crystal Bush
"Chrissy Meth"

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Somehow, from the depths of drug addiction, Chrissy Meth finds hope, and through spirituality and yoga begins to put the pieces of her life back together.

Crystal Bush first proved a stand-out on the stages of her Chicago hometown, earning the Black Theatre Alliance Award for her role in the acclaimed production of "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf." She took her talents to Sacramento, CA, performing on the Delta King River Boat Theatre as Belle in "A Christmas Carol".
At the Sacramento Performing Arts Center Bush plays Officer Steele in "A Piece of my Heart," a role that would prove one of her favorites, portraying the true life events of Officer Steele while serving during the Vietnam War. From there, it was a natural jump to San Francisco, where she appeared in numerous theatre productions throughout the Bay Area. Most notably, she appeared at the Berkeley Rep Theatre in "Passing Strange," "Big River" at the Willows, "Ragtime" at Broadway by the Bay and "Book of Days" at TheatreWorks.
With a solid foundation in theatre, Bush's career stretched the span of film, TV, commercial and digital arenas. Crystal was so happy and excited for the world premiere of her solo show "Chrissy Meth ~ A Dance with the Devil and the Journey Back to Self" at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. She was last seen on a national commercial campaign for Audible.com opposite Mindy Kaling. Audiences can watch her on Netflix opposite veteran actor Stephen Baldwin in the independent faith based film, "God's Club." Bush  is so excited and grateful to be a part of the Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival.
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