With their sold-out performances at shows around the Valley including Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Chandler, physical comediennes “The Ladies” bring their newest pop-up drive-in show “Room For Two” to Tempe.
A follow up to their outrageous “Ladies in the Headlights” show,”Room For Two” brings the wacky duo to a downtown Tempe parking garage where the audience watches from the safety of their cars. With the help of the parking garage attendant, “Stan,” The Ladies create a zany, interactive and completely mesmerizing comedic experience.
Performances of “Room For Two” will be held on February 27 and March 6 at 6:30 pm and 8:00 pm in Tempe. Tickets are $49.99 per car and on sale now at wearetheladies.net.
You watch, you laugh your head off, and afterward, you think, ‘What in the heck did I just see?.
It’s liberating to be able to get out and see such a fun live show – and something not on a video screen for a change!
– Patricia Zale, audience member
Set in a parking garage, The Ladies arrive at their secret catch-up spot to find a crowd. With the help of the garage attendant, Stan, The Ladies host the audience in an impromptu party. From trivial pursuit to smooth jazz, audience members can expect a hilariously awkward and fun experience—from the safety of their cars.
Audience members reserve a parking spot, drive-in, and watch The Ladies perform by the light of their high-beams and to the soundtrack broadcast through their car radios.
Participants should tune their car radios to 88.1 to hear the performance, The Ladies “Room For Two” performance location and directions will be sent to ticket holders 24 hours prior to the performance date.
For tickets and information visit WeAreTheLadies.net
About The Ladies
“As memorable as mom jeans.” The Ladies are a zany, awkward pair of moms, clinging to the past to get through today. With a fresh ability to laugh at life’s most routine moments, physical comediennes Marlene Strang and Leanne Schmidt have been performing together since 2017. They bring their wacky and awkward style of movement and live theater into the most surprising and unexpected locations.
Professionally trained dancers, they have been featured at Triskelion Arts in Brooklyn NYC, the Beta Dance Festival in Phoenix, Center for Visual Arts in Denver, the Regional Alternative Dance Festival in Kalamazoo, and were showcased at the 50th Anniversary of Dance at ASU. Previous productions include “Ladies Gone Mild” and “Let Your Lady Out” in venues around the Valley.