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Mel Schwartz Sleeps with Mae West: Comedy with Music



Miami Beach hot shot discovers his girlfriend is actually the transgender child of his good buddy

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Event Details

Date: 06/20/2021

Start time: 20:00

End time: 18:30

Venue: Empire Stage

Address: 1140 N. Flagler Drive, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33304


Miami Beach hot-shot circa 1986 is stunned to discover that his beautiful young girlfriend of the past five years not only used to be a man but is also the long-lost child of his good buddy Milty. When Milty finds out that Mel has been shtupping Marla, he is hell-bent on revenge. Ex-wives, Mae West, Jerry Springer, and 13 original musical numbers, add to the hilarity. “Belly-laughing blast!” It is to the playwrights credit, says Around Town theatre critic, that the playwright tackles serious issues like marital trust, sexual identity, gender acceptance, honesty, faithfulness and friendship, with humor and love. Book & Music by Ginger Reiter (The Jackie Mason Musical). Marla will be reprised by Comedian Sheba Mason. Mel Schwartz played by Michael Vadnal. with Patrick Vida, Cherrill Rae, David R Gordon, Ginger Reiter. Free Wine. Free Parking. Socially Distanced limited seating. Temperatures taken at door. R-Rated. No one under 17 admitted.

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