General News · 8th August 2013
Hailed by Mel Brooks as a genius and by the San Francisco and LA Weekly as “best solo performer”, Ann Randolph's Loveland comes to Manson's Hall, Saturday, August 10th at 8:00pm.
This adult oriented one woman show written and performed by Ann Randolph is described as irreverent and funny while deeply moving as she plays numerous characters on an overnight flight. It's a comedy about death and sex which she says “sounds heavy but it's hilarious”. The Huffington Post reviewer says: “Totally demented, unforgettable, over-the-top. I loved it.”
Don't miss this rare height of the summer theatre performance. Tickets $10 at the door.