Written by Bryan Colley and Tara Varney
Typhanee and Dysmenorrhea are childhood pals who once shared secrets, dreams, and McNuggets, before their lives took decidedly different paths. Now they share the stage seeking common ground between bubblegum and black metal. Can their friendship survive adulthood? Find out in the new comedy Enlarged to Show Texture by Bryan Colley and Tara Varney.
Production Info
Premiere performance July 19-27, 2019 at the Kansas City Fringe Festival. Starring Tara Varney.
The cast requires one female. The running time is approximately 60 minutes. Contains adult language and Satanism. Performance royalties are negotiable and dependent on the size of the performance venue and ticket prices.
Kelly Luck at KC Fringe, 2019
There is not much this reviewer can say about this play, as to go into even basic detail would be to spoil the thing. Suffice to say it is a meditation upon friendship, conflict of differences, the ways we cope with how the world messes with our minds, and the means by which we heal.
Fringe veterans will know that it’s always worth finding out what Tara Varney and Bryan Colley are up to. Over the years, it’s never been quite possible to guess what they would come up with next, but it is always something interesting. Once again we get the blend of humor and tragedy, the frivolous drilling down to the deeply personal. There’s even a little music history thrown in for good measure.
Sometimes things don’t always go to plan. Sometimes you have to get out there and wing it. And sometimes you need to stop and ask yourself what is really important. A most affecting show, and definitely worth the Fringer’s attention.
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