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When Edith finds out what her best friend borrowed from her neighbor, she must do everything she can to stop Bessie Mae from going forward with her insane idea! If not stopped...
Nice review from the Standard Times of my play, Ladies of the Night, from the performances last weekend in Arcata, CA! “Ladies of the Night” by Laurie Allen, directed by Molly Severdia and featuring Christina Augello and Mary Severdia. This was the perfect show to get things underway with its delightfully ditzy take on what happens when a pair of senior women set out to escape and run away from home (a care home) to finally have a new adventure. But, of course these best friends since high...
The final offering is “Stealing a Kiss,” a touching and funny piece written by Laurie Allen and directed by Linda Seay. In probably my favorite piece of the evening, two elderly citizens meet at a bus stop. Raindrops turn to rain, and the two end up sharing an umbrella. Larry Greeley is a delight as Harvey and Stephanie Hepburn is equally good as Sue. The audience loved this work that closed the evening.
The final piece, and judging by the audience’s reaction the favorite of the night, is Stealing a Kiss by Laurie Allen, directed by Linda Seay. It featured RTB staple Larry Greeley and Stephanie Hepburn as two widowers who meet at a bus stop in a rainstorm.
Laurie Allen’s “Stealing a Kiss” is the perfect Robert Zukerman and Peggy Pharr Wilson take on the human character in a very human situation. They grab the stage, and the new and the familiar open the show.