Miss Abigail’s Guide opens in October! And guess who is starring?

I used to skip dinner so I could see this girl.

Forget about Marsha, and well, Cindy was just a plain whiner.

For me, it was all about Jan.

And she was in my living room twice a day, from 5-6, on channel 56.  And I loved her.

Yep, I’m talking about none other than everyone’s favorite middle daughter, Jan Brady from The Brady Bunch, also known as the fantastic actress Eve Plumb.

And I couldn’t be more thrilled to announce that Eve will be starring in Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating & Marriage this Fall!  And it just went on sale TODAY!

Miss A will start performances at Sofia’s Downstairs Theater on October 7th and officially open on Sunday, October 24th.

Don’t know what the show’s about?  Here’s a mini-blurb:

Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating & Marriage is the story of Miss Abigail, the most sought-after relationship expert to the stars (think Dr. Ruth meets Emily Post),  and her sexy side-kick Paco, as they travel the world teaching Miss Abigail’s outrageously funny “how-tos” on dating, mating and marriage.

Check out the website for more:  www.MissAbigailsGuide.com.

I hope you’ll join me at the theater in October to welcome Eve to the NY theater scene!  I guarantee lots of fun.

It would be worth you skipping dinner for.

Get tickets.

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Speaking of announcements, keep your eyes on the blog next . . . uh . . . Tuesday, I think.  I’ve got something cookin’ that you’re really going to get a kick out of.

Overheard at Angus: Volume VI.

It’s been a while since I’ve taken you all on a trip to Angus to hear what’s being gossiped over lunch or pre-theater din-din.

The last time I was having my usual burger, my dining partner and I heard this little gem of a conversation being bandied about over a couple of brandies.  Knowing (as you do) my affinity for focus groups and research, I think you’ll see why I felt I had to pass it on to all of you.

Brandy Drinker #1:  I just did a focus group for one of my shows.  Learned some great stuff.

Brandy Drinker #2:  I just did one, too.

Brandy Drinker #1:  Oh yeah?  Which company did you use to run them?

Brandy Drinker #2:  I did them myself.

Brandy Drinker #1:  You what?  How’d you do that?

Brandy Drinker #2:  Simple.  I have a 15-year-old daughter.  I took her and ten of her 15-year-old friends out to dinner.  I told them about the show that I was doing, and then I asked, “Would you stamp your feet until your parents took you to see it?”

Brandy Drinker #1:  What did they say?

Brandy Drinker #2:  They said they wouldn’t stamp their feet.

Brandy Drinker #1:  Oh.  That’s too bad.

Brandy Drinker #2:  Not really.  They said they would tell their parents that they hated them unless they got them tickets.

Brandy Drinker #1:  Next round is on you.

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