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A Word From Our Sponsors: Bleached Blonde Betty

Submitted by on March 18, 2013 – 11:02 PMNo Comment

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Looking for a different theater experience, a walk on the noir side? Or…a risque-but-not-too play at which to stash the visiting relatives who got shut out of Book of Mormon again? Bleached Blonde Betty's world-premiere run is for you.

Betty is a writer rapidly going nowhere but to work as a waitress. Betty likes Sammy, the security guard at the New Modern Museum of Art. Mystic is Betty’s stripper roommate. She introduces Betty to her new boyfriend, Bobby. Betty LOVES Bobby. Bobby is suddenly interested in Betty. He suggests to Betty a way for them to realize the life they want: use Sammy to steal a painting from the Museum. Along the way they will have to battle the Jersey Mob, a serial killer, an ex-con art thief, and the general chaos of their own conscience. BLEACHED BLONDE BETTY asks the one major question in life: what would you do for love?

Written by Tom Kelly and directed by Dan Patrick Brady, Bleached Blonde Betty runs through March 24; tickets available at workshoptheater.org.

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