Brendene is “Everywoman.” She is the working mom, lunch room lady and trailer trash housewife with a larger than life world view of junk food, bubba husbands and redneck beauty hints. (How does she accessorize those muumuu, flip flop and curler ensembles?) She is everybody’s long-lost cousin or big hearted friend. The edge and smarts of Rosanne, the heart of Carol Burnett, the voice of Lena Horne all combine to make Jill Peters’ signature comic persona a memorable one.
About the Show:
Brendene’s Wild Woman Weekend is a spoof of the working world in the new millennium. Brendene sees her hubby and co-workers “downsized” and begins a journey through her own hilarious money making schemes and self help seminars. After an “Encounter Your Wild Woman” weekend she and her cafeteria cohorts form a garage band and set out for “musical major stardom.”
The show is formatted in short, stand-alone segments that can join together to form any length from a 30- or 45-minute program to a 2-hour program with intermission. It works best in a luncheon, after-dinner theater, or supper club setting. There is music which can be performed to recorded music or live accompanist.