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The vibrator makes its inevitable appearance in the first 30 seconds of this slick comedy revue about the sex lives of middle-aged moms.

A huge, appreciative crowd turned out for the Saturday night show, which was undeniably polished and punchy. Creator Kim Zeglinski’s monologues form the backbone of the show, with a little standup (Heather Witherden) and singing (Harmony Parent) thrown in. There’s also a burlesque striptease by Miss Robin Red Breast. We never hear her voice. We only see her boobs.

These are witty women. I wish they could apply their considerable talents to topics other than babies, husbands and middle-aged sexual awakenings involving cartoonish sex toys. At some point, the vast canon of Sex and the City-style plays pitched to women needs to evolve beyond jokes advising fellatio as the ideal way to manipulate husbands into trimming their nose hair.

— Mary Agnes Welch

 

From the Fringe program:

From the producer who brought you Breast Friends! (5 STARS Winnipeg Free Press, Fringe 2010)

The bevy of buxom beauties is back! Some familiar, some fresh, all fabulous!

A theatrical revue about motherhood and sex. (Yes, MOMS have SEX!)

The only way to get laid is to JUST. GET. LAID!

Come see some, so you can get some.

(Satisfaction-Guaranteed-Some-Restrictions-Apply-No-Refunds.)

 

http://kimmyzee.com/

Recommended For: Mature Audience

Length: 60 min

Tickets: $8

Under 16 not admitted.

Warnings: Subject Matter, Language, Nudity, sexual content

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