Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Presents One-Woman Comedy TWELVE DATES OF CHRISTMAS, Now thru 12/22
One of the funniest comedies of the holiday season - The Twelve Dates of Christmas - opening tonight, Dec. 12, promises to be charming, amusing, witty and inspiring. It runs Thursdays through Sundays through Dec. 22 in the Fine Arts Center's intimate art-deco Music Room.
"If you're looking for a good laugh, don't miss The Twelve Dates of Christmas, ... "Twelve Dates" is merry, amusing, touching and inspiring." -High Plains Reader
When Mary sees her fiancé making out with his co-worker on national TV at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, she dumps him and drops her engagement ring into a Salvation Army kettle. She then spends the next year being set up, hooked up, strung up and fed up as she navigates her life "alone" as a New York actor in her 30s-Sex and the City for real people, with no Mr. Big in sight. This production is for mature audiences only.
This one-woman show stars Adrian Egolf as Mary and more than a dozen other characters. In 2010, Adrian appeared as Curley's Wife in the FAC's production Of Mice and Men. A Colorado-based actress, Adrian has most recently been seen as Ms. Forsythe in The Denver Center Theater Company's production of Death of a Salesman. Other favorite productions include: Romeo and Juliet (Denver Center) Steel Magnolias (Barth Hotel), Unnecessary Farce, How To Succeed, Quilters, Is He Dead?, Fools, Leading Ladies (Creede Repertory Theater), God of Carnage (Off Square),Boeing Boeing (Theatreworks), Present Laughter (Miner's Alley), Tales of the City Reading, Diaries of Adam and Eve(Eugene O'Neill Theater Center).
The Twelve Dates of Christmas was written by Ginna Hoben and directed by Max Ferguson.
Tickets are $20.
For details visit csfineartscenter.org.