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Suitcase Full Of Lies - Nicole Parker

Skylight Theatre Company
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Nicole Parker (Broadway's “Wicked,” Fox's MadTV) is back as Jillane Jenkins*. Let's hope she can still fit into her leotard! Come on over for an evening of self-indulgent celebrity pain and light choreography!

Tues. April 10 at 8:00pm
Skylight Theatre
65 minutes

The Story: Best known for her work as lovable secretary Callie Carter from the hit 1970's sitcom, "She's Got a Job!", Ms. Jenkins returns to New York to bring you her life story in song and style! Referred to as a "tour de force" by her fourth husband, and "...a... [really]...@#$ing.....show!", by the fifth hour of the Today Show, 'Suitcase' takes you from the heights of Jillane's fame, to the lows of her painful struggle with her father's eczema.

*a fictitious character portrayed by Nicole Parker in a leotard.
Nicole won an Ovation Award for her portrayal of Fanny Brice in Funny Girl at 3DT Theatricals. She appeared as Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway as well as the First National Tour. Other Broadway credits include Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, and The People in the Picture with Donna Murphy. Nicole played Laurencia in Waterwell's adaptation of Fuenteovejuna. Regionally, she played Rosemary in How to Succeed (Reprise), Pamina in The Magic Flute (Falcon Theater), and Juliet in The Second City's Romeo and Juliet Musical (Chicago Shakespeare, Jeff Nomination). Last year, Nicole created the role of Mags in the World Premiere of a new musical, Dog and Pony, at the Old Globe in San Diego. For six years, Nicole was an actress and a contributing writer on Fox's MADtv. She has appeared in Hot in Cleveland, Bunk, Key and Peele, and the film Funny People, directed by Judd Apatow. She has performed with the Houston Symphony, Toronto Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, The Philly Pops, and many more.
1816 1/2 N. Vermont
Los Angeles, CA 90027
*Entrance next to Skylight Books
(Located in East Hollywood in Los Feliz Village not far from the Greek Theatre)

PARKING at Skylight:
There are four pay lots within two blocks of the theatre (avg cost: $5-$6), enter from the adjacent side streets. Evening Valet parking is available at Palermos Restaurant (private price); Tell them you are going to Skylight Theatre; access from Russell Ave half block north of the theatre.

If you prefer free or metered street parking, please allow ample time to secure a spot before the show begins. Street parking is difficult to find in this area due to the popularity of the many restaurants.
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