ON THE ROAD AGAIN (Act II): 60-second review

 

Jennifer Childs and Tony Braithwaite star in the world premiere of their original comedy cabaret, ON THE ROAD AGAIN at Act II Playhouse.  Photo by plate3.com.

Jennifer Childs and Tony Braithwaite star in the world premiere of their original comedy cabaret, ON THE ROAD AGAIN at Act II Playhouse.
Photo by plate3.com.

Ah travel. It brings relaxation, gained intelligence, and unmatchable experiences. But let’s be real – travel also brings with it stress, the recognition that it IS unbelievable we have survived as a species, and that Murphy’s Law does, in fact, exist. What better way to celebrate the cluster that is travel but with a charming show all about it in Ambler!

ACT II Playhouse presents ON THE ROAD AGAIN, an original show in collaboration with 1812 Productions. Mary Carpenter directs this creation by Tony Braithwaite and Jennifer Childs. Accompanied by pianist Owen Robbins, Braithwaite and Childs help the audience embark on an enjoyable variety show. There is singing, the comedic yet interesting delivery of travel facts, audience participation, a look at our favorite travel situations, and the dry humor that keeps the audience laughing.

[Act II, 56 E. Butler Avenue, Ambler, PA]. January 12–31, 2016; act2.org.

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Lauren Hartranft

Lauren Hartranft grew up engrossed in books, theater, and music. She daylights as a behavior consultant, which she believes helps her perceive daily life, personalities, and theater in a unique way. She’s a self-proclaimed foodie and borderline hippie who likes to garden, make her own wine, and absorb as much culture from the world around her as possible. Lauren can be reached via email at lhartranft@verizon.net.