Producing partner Jessica Cribbs will have her annual Rose Run both back in her home state of Michigan and here in Los Angeles. This will be her first time ever, being at the LA run.
Come on out and support her.
Jessica just wrote a piece for What The Flicka? that beautifully talks about her mom’s battle with cancer and how she has found some therapy in Expressing Motherhood.
Great job Jess!
What a fun weekend. Yes, it was a hot LA weekend but if you made it to our show then you know you had the hottest ticket in town.
Friday opened our show up with a bang. Jessica and myself dawned our gorgeous dresses from Unique Vintage. We had our hair and makeup done and had some photos taken in front of our new Marquee. I must say I felt like a lucky woman. Playing dress up with my friend on the streets of LA, my 6 year-old self was beaming.
Ladies Night Out Burbank was a lot of fun. The street was packed with people and food trucks.
The ladies performed to a sold out audience.
On Saturday a couple was eating at Urban Eats, directly across the theatre, and they said
“Everyone in the restaurant was coming to see this show, so we thought we would miss out if we didn’t come see it too.”
My amazing mother in law flew in from Boston to help run the ticketing booth.
All of the brave local LA moms shared their stories on stage.
By Sunday night we were easily collapsing into laughter as it was a “bit” warm backstage, 100 in the Valley baby. The cast had fallen into a rhythm.
We look forward to one more weekend. As one cast member said as she left last night, “I’m sad only one more weekend and a regular work week.” I know I said. The show runs are short, all the moms are far too busy to keep this pace up, but it sure is a wonderful point of creative refuge.