LOS ANGELES -- A comedy about three Mary Kay salesladies, Nathalie Gets Made, pokes fun at both the beauty business and the motivational movement.
A one-woman show performed by Kristina Robbins and written by Robbins and Carina Chocano (who also directs), Nathalie Gets Made opens Mar. 20 at the Tamarind Theatre for a limited engagement.
It was originally produced at San Francisco's Marsh Theatre, where it received much critical acclaim -- with the San Francisco Examiner hailing Robbins as "an original talent with a charming stage presence and a sense of humor that simply won't be denied."
The play is based on Robbins' own experiences investigating Mary Kay for a corporate competitor.
Performances through April 26 are Thu.- Sun. at 8 PM at the Tamarind Theatre, 5919 Franklin Ave., Hollywood. For tickets, $18, call (213) 964-4516. -- By Willard Manus
Southern California Correspondent