BRUSHES: A Comedy of Hairs

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Sat Apr 27, 8:00pm
Sat May 04, 8:00pm

MB Artists and the Whitefire Theatre present the world premiere of BRUSHES: A Comedy of Hairs, written by Cathy Hamilton and Carol Starr Schneider, directed by Kevin Bailey. BRUSHES untangles the hysterically complicated relationship between women and their hair since time immemorial. Brushes with disaster, vanity, envy, self-doubt, sex, death – even the law – are explored in hilarious and poignant style. In a series of vignettes, the follicular follies flow from the Bad Hair Days Inn to a new salon on the block called Blow Me Now. March 30 – May 4. Saturdays at 8:00 pm. Tickets: $30. brushes.brownpapertickets.com The Whitefire Theatre is located at 13500 Ventura Boulevard, Sherman Oaks 91423.

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"Hair-lariously directed by Kevin Bailey, Brushes is 90 minutes of laughter and silly hair-inspired stories, framed by film of old shampoo ads, which add a touch of nostalgia for the more “mature” in the audience. The actors are brilliant, as they fly from one vignette to the next, creating unique characters along the way. What is truly delightful about the show is that everyone has fun!"

sweet - Laura Voeth - Tolucan Times - ...read full review


""Brushes: A Comedy of Hairs" does a hilarious job of untangling the complicated, frustrating, annoying, unfair, “Why me?!” relationship between women and their hair, since, well, forever."

sweet - Lisa - NoHo Arts District - ...read full review


"Hair-lariously directed by Kevin Bailey, Brushes is 90 minutes of laughter and silly hair-inspired stories, framed by film of old shampoo ads, which add a touch of nostalgia for the more “mature” in the audience. The actors are brilliant, as they fly from one vignette to the next, creating unique characters along the way. What is truly delightful about the show is that everyone has fun!"

sweet - Laura Voeth - Tolucan Times - ...read full review


""Brushes: A Comedy of Hairs" does a hilarious job of untangling the complicated, frustrating, annoying, unfair, “Why me?!” relationship between women and their hair, since, well, forever."

sweet - Lisa - NoHo Arts District - ...read full review