‘The Ladies’ perform comedy by headlight

Marlene and Leanne (The Ladies) are two professionally-trained dancers. They are super wacky physical comediennes. They’ve performed in hotels and art galleries. So, when the pandemic hit, they got the idea (it actually came to Leanne in a dream) to perform in parking lots so people could still see a live show from their car. Their characters are women who are stuck in the ’90s, think they are really cool and hip but are ridiculous. It’s been a huge hit, they sold out their May and June shows and now will be doing shows in Chandler. You pay per car for these “pop up” shows and the location is revealed to the ticket holders 24 hours before the show.

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Marlene Strang
Leanne Schmidt

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