The performance, part of the Show at Barre series, is titled Still Daisy After All These Years and promises to offer "everything you always wanted to know about Daisy Eagan but were afraid to ask."
Eagan's show will take audiences on "a journey through her life and career, starting with her illustrious debut as a bag of wool through the ups and downs of her life onstage and off," according to production notes.
Eagan told Playbill.com, "My musical director is Brad Ellis from 'Glee.' It's largely unscripted, so aside from the music, it will be very off-the-cuff. I'll be singing songs that have significance in my life, whether they were audition songs, or songs that speak to me and help tell my story."
Eagan's other stage credits (besides that bag of wool she played in Baa Baa Black Sheep in pre-school) include James Joyce's The Dead and Les Miserables on Broadway and, in California, the Blank Theatre Company’s The Wild Party, La Jolla Playhouse's Be Aggressive and South Coast Rep's On the Mountain. Screen credits include "Losing Isiah," "Ripe" and appearances on "Without a Trace," "The Unit" and "Ghost Whisperer."
Barre is located at 714 North Vermont in Los Angeles. Tickets ($20) may be purchased in advance at showatbarre.com and may also be available at the door, pending availability. There is a two-item food/drink minimum.