A comedy in six scenes, four dreams, and (at least) six wigs. Myrna and Myra, almost identical twins, battle each other through the Eisenhower, Nixon and Reagan/Bush years over virginity, Vietnam and Family Values. Directed by Nathaniel Maciag.
“The political and cultural divides of American life are roundly decried even as they are exuberantly spoofed…like The Carol Burnett Show with a political consciousness…its go-for-broke adventurousness is endearing, and it’s…divinely funny.” —Variety
“…Vogel was never more political and never more on target.” —BackStage
Intended for Mature Audiences
– October 12, 8 pm: Ticket holders are invited to join us after the performance for an opening night celebration!
– October 13, 2 pm: Art and philanthropy merge as Playing For Others returns to our theatre community! A portion of all proceeds from this performance will benefit designated charities.
– October 20, 8 pm: Enhance your experience in 30 minutes or less! As part of our Preshow Lecture Series, join us half an hour before this performance to engage with directors, dramaturgs, and special guests as they draw back the curtain and share insights on what you are about to see. Don’t worry — No spoilers here!
Tickets available through www.marietta.edu/boxoffice