Scrambled Eggs: Poignant Comedy from Northside Theatre Company
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The last date listed for Scrambled Eggs was Sunday October 31, 2010 / 3:00pm.
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Featured review from GregRed Velvet
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It’s a life presented from a decidedly feminine persective, filled with a series of seamless anecdotes of which both genders can readily relate.
This is a genuinely funny comedy made all the more successful by Leslie Hardy Lloyd's prodigious command of the central character's perpetual recitation of the watershed, albeit mostly comedic, moments of her life.
Equally praiseworthy are the two remaining cast members of this tiny ensemble, Jerry Lloyd and Ambera DeLash, each performing various supporting roles with a deft comic aplomb.
Skilled execution of the simple yet creative lighting and sound design enhance the ambient effect of this modest but professionally staged production.
The theatre was undeservedly full of mostly empty seats on a Friday night. This lack of support for the phenomenal talent on display at our smaller local theatre companies is unacceptable South Bay!
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This was my first experience with a Northside Theatre production, and I loved it.
The theater was cozy, the cookies were wonderful, and the script was brillant. I especially enjoyed the professionalism of the actors and the inventive way...continued
_Scrambled Eggs _
by Gary Richards & Robin Amos Kahn
A uniquely funny, poignant play about a woman re-evaluating her life at a time of crisis, revisiting the choices she’s made and the people who have affected and influenced those choices. Written with both humor and candor, Karen Hoffman struggles to create a meaningful life while coping with crazy parents, inner doubt, marital strife, familial responsibilities and hormonal hysteria. A comedic tour-de-force!
Directed by Richard T. Orlando