Marilu Henner Stars in Comedy The Tale of the Allergist's Wife
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The last date listed for The Tale of the Allergist's Wife was Sunday October 17, 2010 / 2:00pm.
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Featured review from David KreinerRed Velvet
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Great performance from the 4 main characters. Marilu Henner was awesome and as beautiful as ever. Caroline Aaron gave a stand out performance with great depth and commitment. I don't think some of the other reviews of this show were remotely accurate. The performance, staging, and DIRECTION, were first class on on the mark! Closes on Sunday. Don't miss this show! Bravo La Mirada Theater!
Written by Charles Busch
Directed by Jeff Maynard
Starring Marilu Henner
Also Starring Eileen T’Kaye Rachid Sabitri Geoffrey Wade and Caroline Aaron as Marjorie Taub
(Marilu Henner’s role will be played by Jana Robbins on October 9, 2010. )_*
An award-winning hit at the Manhattan Theatre Club and on Broadway, _The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife _is a must-see comedy! Caroline Aaron stars as Marjorie Taub, the wife of a philanthropic allergist, who is engulfed in a life crisis of Medea like proportions. Her children are grown, her beloved therapist died recently and her mother grates on her nerves. She tries to lose herself in a world of art-galleries, foreign films and avant-garde theatre, but finds she is barely able to rouse herself from her sofa. Marjorie’s spirits suddenly soar when Lee Green (*Marilu Henner *recreating her Broadway role) appears on her doorstep and turns her world upside down.
This comedy contains adult language and situations.