Varla Jean Merman Exposes Self OB In Enough About Me Beginning Feb. 11

News   Varla Jean Merman Exposes Self OB In Enough About Me Beginning Feb. 11 Varla Jean Merman, who bills herself as the rumored love child of Ernest Borgnine and Ethel Merman, makes her Off-Broadway debut Feb. 11 in her life story, Enough About Me: An Unauthorized Autobiography, in an open-ended run at the Chelsea Playhouse.

Varla Jean Merman, who bills herself as the rumored love child of Ernest Borgnine and Ethel Merman, makes her Off-Broadway debut Feb. 11 in her life story, Enough About Me: An Unauthorized Autobiography, in an open-ended run at the Chelsea Playhouse.

Having traveled the world in search of fame and fortune, Merman discovered the most painful truth of all -- the truth about herself. This show promises to reveal the Varla Jean rarely glimpsed at in her previous outings I, Who Have Nothing, Peel Me A Grape, Varla Jean Merman: A Christmas Concert, Varla Jean Merman is The Bad Seedling and The Very Worst of Varla Jean Merman.

Merman is the creation of Jeffrey T. Roberson, who has appeared on Broadway in Chicago and in cabaret opposite Betty Buckley singing excerpts from Carrie.

Michael Schiralli directs with musical direction by David Brunetti. Enough About Me has been designed by Phillip Heckman (costumes), Jim Boutin (sets), Susan Hamburger (lighting), Darleen Majewski (sound) and Wigmaster Associates (wigs).

The Chelsea Playhouse is located at 125 West 22nd Street. To order tickets, call (212) 307-4100. -- By Christine Ehren