Fans of soap opera alum Martha Byrne (ex-Lily Snyder, As the World Turns; ex-Andrea Floyd, General Hospital) will want to check out the actress' heartwarming new play.
Titled In the Car with Blossom and Len, it follows Holly (Patricia Randell) and Fern (Byrne), whose parents were wildly unpredictable, endearingly neurotic, and blatantly dysfunctional. Now in their eighties, the parents are facing the biggest crises of their lives, and it's up to Holly and Fern to lend a hand. States the show's official website, "In the Car with Blossom and Len is a smart, biting and poignant comedy about growing up and growing old -- not necessarily in that order."
Tweeted Byrne of her new project: "Doing a play, creating a character from scratch, rehearsing for weeks, then sharing journey with an audience... ultimate job for an actor.”
Doing a play, creating a character from scratch, rehearsing for weeks, then sharing journey with an audience...ultimate job for an actor 😍— Martha Byrne (@MarthaByrne10) October 21, 2016
The Joni Fritz written and Lynne Taylor-Corbett directed play will show at the Queens Theatre in New York from Friday, November 11, to Sunday, November 20. For more information and to purchase tickets for In the Car with Blossom and Len, check out the Queens Theatre website here.
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