Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead This theater curiosity is a hybrid — part point-of-view drama, part acting exercise — recording the aftermath of a husband walking out, with seven characters played by a single actor. Rhonda has been married for almost two decades, apparently a conventional woman to be found in many a suburban development, when to her astonishment her husband walks out. Her reaction is unexpectedly violent and leads to a chain of events, like ripples in a pond, that spread and create chaos in the lives of others.
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If Milwaukee Rep actress Deborah Staples has a problem getting along with her co-stars this month, well, that could be a problem. Staples is starring in the one-woman play "The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead," which opens Tuesday night and runs through Jan. The play, written by Robert Hewett and directed by Rep artistic director Joseph Hanreddy, was written as a series of eight individual monologues by seven characters that were affected by the actions of Rhonda Russell, the first character in the play the redhead. Rhonda the redhead, gets a call from husband, Graham, saying he's moved out. Lynette the brunette tells her that she has seen Graham in a compromising position with an attractive Russian the blonde. Rhonda, truly a desperate housewife, strikes her revenge and changes the lives of everyone around her.
Theater preview: "The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead"
By Jay Handelman. While its name suggests a light-hearted comic mystery, this engaging play plumbs some depths as it provides seven different perspectives on a horrifying crime and its impact on those most directly effected. In the process, it reminds the audience of the difficulty of ever truly knowing those closest to us or the real story about things happening around us. But the play is mostly a wonderful showcase for the actress playing all seven roles.
Support the independent voice of Dallas and help keep the future of Dallas Observer free. The latest out-of-town import to arrive at the Dallas Theater Center's Kalita Humphreys stage lets the audience see through walls. With wigs, costume pieces, surprisingly few makeup enhancements and considerable talent, Jefferies becomes several old and young women, one man and a child. Each talks directly to the audience about the circumstances of a crime of passion and its aftereffects on all involved.