Play

Brushes: A Comedy of Hairs

(co-written with Carol Starr Schneider)

World Premiere: March 30, 2019

The Whitefire Theatre - Los Angeles CA

A smart, sassy, shiny new play about the complicated relationship between women and their hair since time immemorial. Brushes with disaster, vanity, envy, self-doubt, sex, death - even the law - are explored in hilarious and poignant style. Woven together with strands of universal wisdom by a brassy B-list goddess, the follicular follies flow from ancient Greece to the Bad Hair Days Inn to a new salon on the block called Blow Me Now. Grab your mother, daughter, best friend, better half and ex-stylist as we drink to our mistakes and celebrate our collective crowning glory.

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MOMISMS

Those who suspect their parents took secret courses on "How to Confuse and Conquer with Enigmatic Utterances" won't be surprised to learn there are indeed clandestine languages for parents. Here are the books that decipher them. Finally, Mom's warnings, "Don't you ever let me catch you doing that again!" (implying that you can do it, I just don't want to find out about it) and probes, "Is that what you're going to wear?" are made clear. Momisms (and companion, Dadisms) compile these silly turns of phrases handed down from time immemorial. Interpreted for the new century, each one is translated with tongue-in-cheek humor and insight.

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