Featuring Joyce Stern Greenberg and Sandy Greenberg as two aging ingenues who have reunited after 50 years to plan the entertainment for their college reunion.
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As classmates tell us: (spoken) that we haven't changed a bit!"
Presenting lighthearted musicals with original scripts and clever, humorous, parodied song lyrics on topics familiar to all. These lyrics are sung to easily recognized show tunes.
Reunion's coming, we'll greet old friends,
We'll see who's truthful and who pretends,
We'll plan some songs and some funny skits,
The plot thickens. . . then, when Bonnie Vorenberg, Publisher of the ArtAge Senior Theatre Resource Center, booked the show for a national theatre conference in Chicago, she planted the seed with Joyce to create a show based on COMMITTEE OF TWO, but with a larger cast. So, now we have COMMITTEE OF EIGHT, written for a cast of . . . you guessed it . . . eight, who are looking for a good time while they plan the entertainment for their college reunion.
Joyce Stern Greenberg, script writer, lyricist and performer in COMMITTEE OF TWO has always thrived on looking for the humor in life, So it should come as no surprise that her latest project came about as a result of crossing paths with Judy Samuelson, a classmate she hadn't seen since graduating Northwestern University many years ago. Thus, Committee of Two was born, in which she performed first with Judy and now with her daughter-in-law, Sandy Greenberg.
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COMMITTEE OF EIGHT
Features eight experienced seniors (seven women and one lucky man) performing an original script and song lyrics about topics and feelings that seniors in the audience can easily identify with and laugh about.
The two chairpersons of this ensemble work are joined onstage gradually by six at-large members who come to the meeting to plan the entertainment for their college reunion. They all have musical stories to share and ideas to contribute to the fun. Since the setting is in a "meeting room," only a table, eight chairs and minimal props are required.
The fun begins as the show opens with a parody to the tune of Another Op'nin', Another Show (what else!).