Metro, May 7, 2018 pp. 8-9

From running rampant on the then-gritty streets of New York City as a technically feral child to being plucked from the audience by the Grateful Dead to become the underage beau of guitarist Bob Weir to run-ins with drug cartels, Felicity Seidel’s wild-but-true life of sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll almost seems like a movie. So Seidel made it a one-woman show called “Lucky Chick,” which is pretty much what she is for surviving all that unscathed. The show is at the Paradise Factory on East 4th Street through Saturday, and Metro caught up with Seidel to find out what it’s been like performing in her hometown, what Weir thinks and how she’d fare growing up in the city today.

Chelsea Dom