Irresistible Comedy Bad Dates Starring Beth Broderick
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The last date listed for Bad Dates was Wednesday September 28, 2005 / 8:00pm.
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Britt is the perfect kid -- she never gets into trouble and loves making her friends happy. But in Stinky Kids: The Musical, things take a turn for the worse when she wakes up with an epic wad of gum stuck in her hair! Britt is worried that her parents will cancel the trip to the brand-new bounce house and must rely on her mischievous friends to help her, embarking on an unexpected adventure across their neighborhood. This award-winning show based on the best-selling series of books will make your family stand up and cheer! Learn More
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An irresistible comedy for anyone who likes to laugh and loves a killer pair of Stuart Weitzman pumps! Restaurant manager and shoe connoisseur Haley Walker is re-entering the world of dating. From the privacy of her bedroom, she relates a series of hilarious, poignant and very real tales of her experiences while preparing for, and then recovering from, one dreadful date after another. But what's with the hidden shoebox full of money? And why is the Romanian mob in an uproar?
Beth Broderick, star of the television sitcoms The Five Mrs. Buchanans and Sabrina the Teenage Witch, will star in the Southern California premiere of Theresa Rebeck's comedy. The production will be directed by Judith Ivey, who also starred in The Five Mrs. Buchanans.
Bad Dates was first produced at Playwrights Horizons in 2003 starring Julie White. Rebeck's other plays include Omnium Gatherum (co-written with Alexandra Gersten-Vasillaros), Spike Heels, and Loose Knit.
Broderick's stage work includes productions of Carnal Knowledge and Stage Door. She has been seen in such films as Psycho Beach Party, Stealing Silverman, and Fools Rush In, and she currently has a recurring role on the Emmy-nominated drama series Lost.
Ivey won Tony Awards for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her performances in Hurlyburly and Steaming. She was most recently seen on stage as Martha Mitchell in Dirty Tricks at the Public Theater and in her solo show Women on Fire, which will tour the country this season. Her directing credits include the Alley Theater production of Steel Magnolias and the Off-Broadway production of Yeardley Smith's solo show More.