Perfectly Norma Productions proudly presents Suddenly Mommy!
TORONTO-Canadian Comedy Award nominee, Second City Alumnae and star of her own comedy special on CTV and The Comedy Network, Anne Marie Scheffler is back with her 7th one person show, Suddenly Mommy!, taking place on the eve of this Mother’s Day.
Written and performed by Anne Marie Scheffler and directed by Debbie Tidy, the play happens at the Black Swan Tavern (154 Danforth Ave., upstairs), on Saturday, May 7th, 2011 at 8pm. Tickets can be purchased for $20 in advance from www.suddenlymommy.com and $25 at the door.
With the May 7th show close to sold out, Perfectly Norma Productions secured The Theatre Centre for a week run of Suddenly Mommy! from May 16th to 22nd, 2011.
The stage production is a funny examination of a woman who became a mom, a step-mom and wife with a guy she just met because she was getting older and didn’t want to miss out! Anne Marie discovers the truth: motherhood isn’t glamorous!
Women are expected to be yummy mommies in today’s society, but how exactly are you supposed to do it? Should Anne Marie give up all her hopes, dreams and yoga classes? Let them cry themselves to sleep and actually say ‘no’? Or figure out a way to have it all…whatever that means!!!!
Anne Marie Scheffler is a Toronto-based actress and playwright who made her mark on the theatre scene in 1994 with her first show, Situation: NORMA, which debuted at the 1994 Summerworks Festival and took her to selling out at The San Francisco Fringe in 1995, where a raving reviewer called her “a young Betty White.”
Other credits to her name include acclaimed shows such as, Watch Norma’s Back!, Leaving Norma, Dating Myself, Not Getting It and Got it Good.
Anne Marie has performed all over North America, including Atlantic City and Los Angeles, and her 5th show Not Getting It was made into a one hour comedy television special that currently plays on The Comedy Network. As a Second City Alumnae, she performed in What Fresh Mel is This? and Generation X Files.
Anne Marie has been in numerous television series, films and in over 40 commercials. Also a voice artist, she is the voice of Milestones Restaurant.
“Anne Marie Scheffler didn’t think motherhood would be this hard. She thought she could be the sexy showbiz mom, with a baby in one arm and a movie script in the other. Her jarring realization otherwise makes for a humorous and entertaining show. Scheffler is a charismatic, sparkling performer.”
For more information visit: www.annemariescheffler.com