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GWENDOLYN ADDED TO PRESENTERS LIST!
Gwendolyn with satirist/internet show host Chris Leavins. Photo by Jennifer Miller
Gwendolyn the chicken has agreed to put in an appearance at the 30th annual L.A. Weekly Theater Awards.
Negotiations were testy. Her agent, Boris Splodnick of CAA was game, since Gwendolyn has nothing better to do on Monday nights than hang out on the farm and watch reruns of Mr. Ed and Green Acres, but her personal manager, Darlene Wiggins, was is a fowl mood, concerned that her client should be better paid. "She's not doing this for chicken scratch," said Wiggins. As it turns out, that's exactly what she's doing it for.
Gwendolyn will be joined by co-hosts, Vanessa Claire Smith and Jake Broder, Luke Perry, Haaz Sleiman, Zev Yaroslavsky, Gil Cates, Barbara Beckley, Michael Ritchie, Terence McFarland, Jacob Sidney, Jaime Andrews, Erin Matthews, Nick Cagle, Michael Holmes, Kristen Vangess, Scott Leggett, Michael Lanahan, Eric Johnson, Jerry Lewis, Don Rickles, Dean Martin, Don Knotts, John F. Kennedy and his charming wife Jackie, Marilyn Monroe, Peter Lawford and more.
To learn what shows are being reviewed this weekend, press the "Continue Reading" tab directly below.
CHECK BACK HERE MONDAY AFTER NOON FOR REVIEWS OF:
Michael Sargent's new play The Projectionist at the Kirk Douglas Theatre; Jonathan Kolvenbach's new play, Goldfish, at South Coast Repertory; Murray Mednick's Clown Show for Bruno at Art Share; Dario Fo's The Devil With Boobs, presented by Open Fist Theatre Company, Burglars of Hamm is back with Land of the Tigers, at Sacred Fools Theater; Little Women (The Musical) at the Lyric Theatre; Larry Dean Harris' Prodigal Father, presented by and at Celebration Theatre, in associated with Playwrights 6; Amy: John W. Lowell's The Letters presented by the Andak Company, and Zombie Joe Underground's Captain Dan Dixon vs. The Moth Sluts from the Fifth Dimension
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