Single Mom the Musical Starring The View's 2012 Hilarious Housewife, Julie Kidd
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The last date listed for Single Mom the Musical was Sunday May 12, 2013 / 2:00pm.
Show run time is 90 minutes, including a 10-minute intermission.
For those who purchase meal-inclusive tickets, the meal includes salad, bread and soft drink. Lunch is buffet-style; check out the dinner entree options.
Julie Kidd was recently crowned the 2012 Hilarious Housewife on ABC’s The View. Her jokes have been featured in Good Housekeeping and Modern Mom Magazine as well as numerous comedy books including, Comedy Thesaurus, She’s So Funny, Mom This Jokes For You, and Loves Funny That Way. Her comedy has landed her on ABC’s The View, Life Moments, Iyanla Vanzant, Next Big Star. Julie is also part of the hilarious comedy group “The Funniest Housewives of Orange County” aka The Dysfunctional Housewife. Aside from comedy, she created and choreographed Tap-N-Burn fitness DVD (fitness editor’s pick- Shape Magazine), featured on ABC’s The View, Dr. Phil, Better Homes & Gardens, Personal Fitness, American Fitness, and Fox 11 News and has won numerous tap dance choreography awards during her career.
Scarlett Brais graduated with high honors from the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University Long Beach, receiving her BA in Music Performance with an emphasis in Voice in May, 2010. She has sung in several prestigious choral and solo voice competitions and has toured internationally with the Bob Cole Chamber Choir; one of the top collegiate choirs in the nation. She is also an accomplished pianist and has competed and achieved great success in several National Piano Guild conferences and scholarship competitions. Scarlett also holds a strong musical theater background. Leading roles include: Lotus Blossom, The Teahouse of the August Moon; Rose Alvarez, Bye Bye Birdie; Lilli Vanessi/Kate, Kiss Me Kate; Eponine, Les Miserables; Winnie Winslow, No No Nanette; Go-To-Hell-Kitty, Chicago. Musical Theater dance/vocal ensemble roles include: Will Roger’s Follies, Hair, and Pirates of Penzance.