Experience the good times, the bad advice, and the difficulty of trying to do it all. From hot dates to play dates, ride the rollicking rollercoaster of motherhood. Suddenly Mommy is a touching and very funny performance the hits the nail on the head about what it means to be a parent.
Anne Marie Scheffler grew up in Orangeville, Ontario, studied acting at George Brown Theatre School and Pochinko Clowning at The Theare Resource Centre. She was a member of The Second City National Tour Co and an understudy to Second City Mainstage. Anne Marie has created and toured eight one woman shows:, Leaving Norma, Dating Myself, Not Getting It, Got it Good, Suddenly Mommy and MILF Life Crisis. She has performed them all across North America to sold-out crowds and received rave reviews. Her fifth show, Not Getting It, was produced as a one hour Comedy Now special for CTV /The Comedy Network. She also works in film, television and radio, and has over 50 commercials credits. She’s a voice artist, actress, stand-up comedian and writer. Recently, Anne Marie co-wrote and co-starred in a 50 Shades of Grey parody called Spank! But most importantly, Anne Marie is a mom. And of that she’s very proud.
So find a babysitter and take your wife, or schedule a girls-night-out, to see Suddenly Mommy at Horizon Stage in Spruce Grove on Saturday, March 12. Doors open at 7:15 and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are just $35 for adults and $30 for students and seniors and may be purchased at the City Hall Ticket Centre (315 Jespersen Ave), by phone at 780-962-8995 or 1-888-655-9090, and online through ticketpro.ca. Warning, this show may contain mature content.
"She thought she could be the sexy show biz mom with a baby in one arm, and a movie script in the other. Her jarring realization otherwise makes for a humourous and entertaining show!" - CBC Radio