BRIGHTON – The Wilde Theater presents the monoprogram “Lady with All the Answers” over two weekends, March 18-27.
David Rambo’s play is a story taken from the life and letters of the famous columnist Anne Landers. The performance is recommended for a mature audience.
For decades, millions of Americans drank morning coffee and began their day by reading a parade with Ann Landers. Epi Lederer, better known as the parade columnist Anne Landers, has responded to countless letters from teenagers in love, confused couples and many others in need of advice.
The show features a portrait of the columnist-consultant, which was filled with “class, charisma and impudence!”, Said in a press release. “It’s a real treasure trove of her favorite letters, as well as hilarious behind-the-scenes stories of show business and stories of personal triumph.”
While the show will appeal to men, the show is perfect for a bachelorette party, director Lynn Wilde said in a release.
“The show was a double with two great actresses: Howell native Christian LaBarre and Angela Deal, who is driving three hours from Indiana for rehearsals and performing with AWT again,” Wilde said. “I hope the theater audience will come out to continue to support a live professional theater in central Brighton.”
LaBar will perform on March 18-20, and take the lead on March 25-27. All shows are on Fridays and Saturdays at 19:30 and on Sundays at 15:00. Tickets cost $ 30 and are available online at: awildetheatre.com. Groups of 10 or more can save $ 2 per ticket.
The performances will take place in the new theater building, 111 S. West St. in downtown Brighton, behind Jameson’s Irish Pub.
For more information call 810-923-7705