Rights to “The Boomer Boys!, the new musical by Billy & Jane & composer Wayland Pickard, have been acquired by Joe Corcoran (“Tony and Tina’s Wedding”) and Gary Shaffer (“You’ve Got Hate Mail”). A national tour begins June 22 in Toms River, NJ. More dates to follow.
“Dwie Pary Do Pary” (Suitehearts”) has opened at the Warsaw Capitol Theater, Warsaw, Poland. Down the street from where “Love, Sex, and the I.R.S.” (or “Seks, Milosc, I Podatki!”) is playing at the Teatr Komedia. Both translations penned by Emilia Milkowska. You can find some photos from the production by going to: https://teatrcapitol.pl/spektakl/dwie-pary-pary/
“Love, Sex, and the IRS” is making audiences go wild at Teatr Komedia in Warsaw, Poland! “Seks, Milosc, I Podatki!”, with a great Polish translation by Emilia Miłkowska. To see some photos go to: https://teatrkomedia.pl/seks-milosc-i-podatki
“Having a Wonderful Time, Wish You Were Her” is killing it in Romania under the title “Swing!”
Kurt Long joins the cast! The international hit comedy “You’ve Got Hate Mail” will return to Vitello’s Supper Club in North Hollywood for one performance – Saturday May 5, 2018 – under its new title “SEXTING FOR DUMMIES” Starring Jane Milmore, Kurt Long, Barbara Bonilla, John D. Beck, and Alexis Brandt.
For tickets: https://vitellosrestaurant.ticketfly.com/event/1664645
“The perfect bedroom farce…riotously enacted by a five-person ensemble!” – New York Post
“It doesn’t get better than this!” – Show Business
“A wisecracker of epic proportions!” – Huffington Post
“Outright guffaws!” – Peter Fillichia
“Brilliant! It doesn’t get better than this!” – Malta Times
“A funny play! The verbal zingers fly fast and furious!”- Asbury Park Press
“LOL! The audience is guaranteed to do just that – LAUGH OUT LOUD!” – The Star-Ledger
“Hilarious! Riotous! I haven’t enjoyed theater like this since the days of the late Charles Ludlum and his Ridiculous Theatrical Company! I CAN’T RECOMMEND THIS PLAY ENOUGH!” – Culture Catch
“Behind this very funny theater piece lurk many surprises.” – The Huffington Post
“My friend nearly peed herself laughing! Bravo! Bravo!” – 94.5PST
Billy and “The Manopause Boys” return to NYC’s Triad Theater in their hilarious musical-review about the life-changes in men over fifty. Every performance has sold out, so get your tickets now.
“I co-host a morning radio show so I’ve been exposed to plenty of jokes through the years. But nothing compares to the laughs I got when I saw The Man*O*Pause Boys in action. It was like someone threw me on the floor and started tickling me. My laughter could not be contained nor controlled. This musical manages to make fun of the things that would otherwise make women (and men!) over 50 cry . Billy, Glenn, Jeff and Tom have chemistry that cannot be replicated and can only come from years of making such fantastic comedy together. And boy can they sing!” — Liz Jeressi, “Lou and Liz in the Morning”, 94.3 The Point (WJLK FM)
See Billy Van Zandt’s final L.A. performance in “You’ve Got Hate Mail” October 21 when the international hit comedy returns to Vitello’s in North Hollywood. Curtain is 8pm. Co-starring Jane Milmore, Barbara Bonilla, John D. Beck, and Alexis Brandt. Dinner is optional. For tickets: http://www.vitellosrestaurant.com
John D. Beck (writer/producer of “Disjointed”, “Liv and Maddie,” “The Hughleys,” and “According to Jim”) returns to guest star with Billy Van Zandt, Jane Milmore, Barbara Bonilla, and Alexis Brandt in “You’ve Got Hate Mail” Upstairs at Vitellos, in North Hollywood. 8pm, Saturday August 12. For tickets and information: http://www.vitellosrestaurant.com
Billy joins Ann Dusenberry (“Tina”), Donna Wilkes (“Jackie”), Gigi Vorgan (“Brooke”), Martha Swatek (“Marge”), Ben Marley (“Patrick”), Tom Dunlop (“Timmy”) and John Dukakis (“Polo), along with screenwriter Carl Gottlieb, production designer Joe Alves, the Oscar-winning star of the first “Jaws” Richard Dreyfuss, and more, at the Hollywood Show in Los Angeles, CA, July 8-9, 2017
“SKRZYNK@PANDORY” (or “Pandora’s Box”) has officially extended its run in Poland, entering its fourth year at the Wybrzeze Theater in Gdansk. Translated by Emilia Milkowska. Directed by Adam Orzechowski. Starring Joanna Kreft-Baka, Anna Kociarz, Marzena Nieczuja-Urbanska, Robert Ninkiewicz, and Jarostaw Tyraartski