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The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead

A New Comedic Thrill Ride

At The Pyrle Theater - Greensboro

About

The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead

by Robert Hewett 
directed by Eleanor Holdridge

April 26 – May 17, 2009

Every action has a reaction.
One crime has many points of view. One moment of passion alters several lives forever. One gifted performer plays seven very different roles in this international hit. After Rhonda Russell’s husband leaves her, she suspects him of cheating. Overwhelmed with emotion, she takes matters into her own hands and everyone pays the price in this captivatingly brilliant and heartfelt play about loss and ultimate redemption.

Showtimes

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Sun, Apr 267:30pm
Apr 27
Tue, Apr 287:30pm
Wed, Apr 297:30pm
Thu, Apr 307:30pm
Fri, May 17:30pm
Sat, May 27:30pm
Sun, May 37:30pm
May 4
Tue, May 57:30pm
Wed, May 67:30pm
Thu, May 77:30pm
Fri, May 87:30pm
Sat, May 97:30pm
Sun, May 107:30pm
May 11
Tue, May 127:30pm
Wed, May 137:30pm
Thu, May 147:30pm
Fri, May 157:30pm
Sat, May 167:30pm
Sun, May 177:30pm
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News & Reviews The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead

Reviews:

The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead at Triad Stage Takes Wing in the Second Act
Classical Voice of North Carolina
May 3, 2009

The title The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead, aptly describes the three main characters in Triad Stage’s current production of Australian playwright Robert Hewett’s 2004 one-woman show. They include the spurned middle-aged wife Rhonda Russell, a redhead incited to a murderous rage by her brunette neighbor and best friend Lynette, who cruelly clues in the clueless Rhonda that her husband Graham is a notorious horndog who is currently having a not-so-secret affair with a young blonde Russian beauty named Tanya, who works in a discount jewelry store at a nearby mall.

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