I’m workshopping my new solo show at the Pasadena Playhouse next week. I’m 60% sure the play will be called FLIGHT OF THE TURKEY, and it’s a comedy about feminism. (For reals.) So if you’re in the Los Angeles area, come on out! Tickets are free; the experience is priceless.
Here’s the deets:
FLIGHT OF THE TURKEY: Pasadena Playhouse
March 21-22, 2011, Evening time
And here’s the synopsis:
FLIGHT OF THE TURKEY
She’s read all the books. Bookmarked all the blogs. She should totally have this parenting thing down. So why has she locked herself in the bathroom, the sounds of Dora The Explorer muffled only by her tears? In the follow-up to her smash hit HILLARY CLINTON GOT ME PREGNANT (Named in “Top Ten Plays of 2009” by Atlanta Journal-Constitution), FLIGHT OF THE TURKEY features Gogerty’s quick wit and sharp-eyed take on politics, pop culture and parenting. Whether you’re a parent or not, a feminist or not, a poultry fan or not, Gogerty will leave you laughing in this comic, freewheeling one woman show. Along the way, chickens are beheaded, people take pies to the face, various public humiliations are endured, and the specter of Dolly Parton rises above us all, resplendent and inspiring. If a woman can do the impossible – like hold a job and raise a kid at the same time – then who says turkeys can’t fly?
Come on out for fun times!