By David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by Stephen Montagna
Fuddy Meers is a wild ride with Claire, a "memory-challenged" woman, and her alleged family. Kidnapped by one husband and pursued by another, Claire seeks the truth. Like the distorted and warped reflections of a funhouse mirror (which the title alludes to), Claire sees herself reflected back to her by a family that wants her to forget the past. There's the all-too-good-to-be-true husband, a mysterious, limping stranger, the pot-smoking teenage son, a tough lady cop, the ventriloquist with a trash-talking dummy, and Claire's mother a stroke victim who can only speak gibberish. David Lindsay-Abaire's play is funny, mysterious, and as the puzzle unravels, ultimately empowering.
NOTE: For mature audiences only
Produced by Mercury Players at the Bartell Theatre, 113 E. Mifflin Street, Madison, WI
Performances: October 4-26, 2002
(Thursday, October 3rd is a pay-what-you-can preview).
For ticket reservations: 608-242-0150
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