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"Most people remember what famous people wore when they met; I remember what they ate." In her 60-year career, Renee Taylor has been nominated for an Academy Award, performed stand-up comedy with Barbra Streisand as her opening act, and starred in movies like Mel Brooks' The Producers and TV shows like The Nanny and How I Met Your Mother. Needless to say, this Hollywood legend has seen it all. She's also tried every diet in existence, no matter how insane or hilarious. Now she takes the stories in her best-selling book, My Life on a Diet: Confessions of a Hollywood Diet Junkie, and shares them on stage in a funny and nostalgic tell-all that's packed with juicy gossip and lots of laughs. Highlights of this staged reading include the dieting advice she received from Marilyn Monroe and Joan Crawford, as well as tales of many other famous co-stars with whom Taylor worked, accompanied by video and slides. Learn More
When Katherine Harrison discovered that her baby Nathan had cerebral palsy and was most likely mentally retarded, she could not accept her “failure.” Her husband, Ed, made arrangements to place the baby in a group home for the developmentally disabled. The only problem is they didn’t tell their other sons, William, Zach and Robert, about the baby. After years of depression, Katherine’s psychiatrist suggested that she might relieve her guilt by bringing Nathan home on his 7th birthday for a party and every year after. From that day forward, everything changed for the brothers.
The story takes place on Nathan’s 22nd birthday. Unique circumstances of the evening begin to expose the family secrets. The brothers reveal their long-hidden feelings about their parents and their disabled brother. After the final emotional confrontation, everything is out in the open, and the family can begin a new path toward healing, unity and acceptance of Nathan as a family member.
Directed by John Lewis