Two comedians, working the comedy club circuit, met and began talking. They became friends and collaborated on a two-woman show.
The result: "Self-Help: The Comedy."
Debbie Kasper and Sheila Kay wrote, produced and star in this parody of self-help seminars. This one is led by Venus Goldfarb (Kasper). The two women play multiple roles, which means some quick changes in their wardrobes and wigs.
They say the play is about "women's rights and men's wrongs."
It can be seen at 7:30 tonight and Friday and 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. Saturday in the Studio Theatre of the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, 900 Broadway.
While the show is for adults, the 10 p.m. show Saturday is strictly for adults only.
Tickets are $29, $26 for seniors, military and students. There are $10 student rush tickets available for students with valid ID 30 minutes before each show.