Sunday, November 19, 2006

Wonder Bread Years

Last night I saw the funniest play at the Old Town Theatre called The Wonder Bread Years.
I laughed so hard I had tears streaming down my face faster than I could wipe them with a tissue!

If you grew up in the 50's and 60's I urge you to see this play. If you know who Colonel Sanders is you'll understand the life and times that the show is based on.

Pat Hazell was a writer on Seinfeld and at time you can hear Jerry Seinfeld's TV character in what Pat is saying on stage. (I think Pat Hazell may be responsible for all the rules of conduct that Elaine, George and Jerry were always talking about.)

This show is more a stand-up observational comic than a play with acts and such. Although there are lots of nostalgic props.

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