In 'The Snake Can' directed by Steven Robman and written by Kathryn Graf, we get to meet three extremely interesting women...
Harriet (Jane Kaczmarek) a widow and a mother. Nina (Diane Cary) an artist, who has just left her actor/husband, Paul (Gregory Harrison) and twice divorced Meg (Sharon Sharth).
What do these women have in common? First, they are BFF's (best friends forever) and secondly, they realize that they are, no longer young and are...Gasp...middle-aged.
Still, these ladies have to deal with many of the same issues that 25 year olds deal with...sex, dating, love, loss, disappointment and figuring out who they really are and what they really want.
Kathryn Graf has written a very funny, very insightful and very touching play...about friendship, relationships, and...online dating,
'The Snake Can' is a play that everyone can relate to, no matter your age or gender.
The three female actresses are wonderful. The dialogue is sharp and they pull it off without a hitch.
The men, including Harrison, Joel Polis and James Lancaster hold their own next to these fantastic ladies.
'The Snake Can' opened on January 19th at The Odyssey Theatre and runs through February 24th. Don't miss it.
The Odyssey Theatre is located at 2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles 90025.
Performances: Thursday-Saturday 8pm, Sunday at 2pm. Tickets $35.
Call 310-447-2055 ext 2 for tix or go to www.odysseytheatre.com.