Family Emergency Postpones Boston's Women in My Soul

News   Family Emergency Postpones Boston's Women in My Soul The Boston run of Women in My Soul, a one-man comedy co-authored by Michael David Brown (performing in the show) and Owen Robertson has been postponed due to a family emergency requiring Brown's presence in Ohio.

The Boston run of Women in My Soul, a one-man comedy co-authored by Michael David Brown (performing in the show) and Owen Robertson has been postponed due to a family emergency requiring Brown's presence in Ohio. The show was originally scheduled to be staged at Boston's Tremont Theatre Feb. 9-24, but will not be mounted until this spring, Playbill On Line has learned.

As reported, the New England premiere will follow a critically successful run at last year's Midtown International Festival in Manhattan. Production notes describe the piece as "five disparate womens' monologues," and an "exploration of five distinct personalities residing in one man's commodious soul." The characters Brown portrays include "a homesteading lesbian in Maine to a former Russian Playboy Bunny turned art dealer for a Manhattan gallery."

—By Murdoch McBride