ABOUT THE SHOW

Our 5-year-old daughter plays with boys, dresses like a boy, and has even said that she wants to be a boy. This show is a sequel to the smash-hit comedy focusing on the lunacy, fear, labeling and unconditional love of parenting. Just like in the original… this sh*t just got real!


TICKETS

When: Monday, October 21st
Venue: Theatre Row
Address: 410 W 42nd St, NYC
Time: 7pm

2019 United Solo is the world’s largest solo theatre festival, currently in its 10th anniversary season. All shows are staged at Theatre Row: 410 West 42nd Street, New York City. Tickets, with a price of $45 (plus a $2.25 theatre restoration charge) are available at the Theatre Row Box Office, as well as online and by phone.

Tickets are available online at:

telecharge.com

Or you may also call:

212-239-6200

When placing your reservation, you need to provide: the festival name (United Solo Theatre Festival), the theatre name (Theatre Row – The Studio Theatre), and the specific day and time of the show you would like to see.

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WORDS FROM CRITICS

“This show is funny, touching, fearless and very cleverly constructed. One story flows into another as we wend our way through Pam’s colorful existence. She teases out each laugh and tear from the audience with the cunning that only a mother would have.”

– Excerpt, Review by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros, May 17th, 2018

“I saw Pam Levin’s show tonight – This is by far one of the best shows I’ve seen in years. Anyone in the Los Angeles area, it’s a MUST SEE! Remarkably honest and rare. Emotionally charged and side splitting. A beautifully crafted love story, masterfully told.”

– Jarret Wright (Actor/Writer/Producer)

“This one woman show is witty, entertaining, poignant, real, raw, all in one; in short, it’s everything fine theatre should be.”

– Excerpt, Review by Bonnie Priever, September 16th, 2017

“Santa Monica Playhouse presents a tale of modern motherhood written and performed by actress and singer Pam Levin and directed by Mark Hatfield.

Tales of Modern Motherhood: This Sh*t Just Got Real is a funny and endearing autobiographical comedy of Levin’s reluctant journey towards motherhood. Drawing from her early years and happy single life to marrying the man of her dreams, Levin fearlessly shares her struggles and experiences with avoiding yet eventually embracing motherhood.

With hilarious and absurd bodily function stories, to dancing and singing with the expertise of a Broadway star, Levin delights the audience with stories mothers all over the world can relate to.

Levin not only delivers story and song with passionate energy and rhythmic might, she brings up questions women are not supposed to ask and gives the audience permission to laugh over the pressure of becoming a parent and the absurdities of parenthood.

This reviewer was touched by the open-hearted and grateful way she described the man who would later become the father of her children.

With the help of two screens to show clips and pictures of Levin’s life, the set is elegantly lit and decorated with the feeling of ‘this sh*t is about to get real.'”

– Review by Pamela Manganaro, Tolucan Times, June 1st, 2017

“I absolutely loved this show. If you happen to have the opportunity to catch Pam Levin and her “Tales of Modern Motherhood” then treat yourself, this show is too wonderful to pass up.”

– Excerpt, Review by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros, Nohoartsdistrict.com, June 1st, 2017


About the Artist

Photo by Kent Earle

Pam Levin and her cast mates were just awarded, “BEST ENSEMBLE” for the short film, “Sisters,” inspired by the Samuel Beckett piece, “Come and Go,” at the Culver City Film Festival in California. Pam is super excited about booking a McDonald’s voice-over spot for McCafe, which is currently playing. She is also in Terrie Silverman’s Master Solo class making her final tweaks on the one-woman show, “Tales of Modern Motherhood.” Thrilled to be back at the Santa Monica Playhouse with Fredrica Duke’s hilarious play, “In My Own X-Rated Words.” She’s had the pleasure of performing it off and on, for the last two ½ years, as well as Off –Broadway for three performances at the United Solo Festival. Most recently you can watch her on Netflix in the Independent Feature, “Meet My Valentine” and in the feature film, “Do you Believe.” Every now and again, Pam plays a recurring nurse on the Soap Opera, “Day’s of our Lives.” As mentioned, Pam is also a voice-over talent. She has narrated over a dozen children’s audio books on the website, babysbrilliant.com.


The Crew

From left to right:
Director – Mark Hatfield
Assistant Stage Manager – Scott Sanders
Playwright/Actress – Pam Levin
Stage Manager – George Vennes

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