Ed Weinberger’s Two Sisters Talking Premieres at the Matrix Theatre

    There is no rest for the creative and hilarious Ed. Weinberger. After receiving nine Emmys, three Golden Globes, a Peabody award and a The Writers Guild Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award he’s back producing and writing a play that’s as humorous as it is poignant. Two Sisters Talking, debuting at the Matrix Theatre on Friday November 30, portrays the funny and unfeigned experience two cantankerous sisters face after not speaking for ten years.

    Roz Ryan

    Starring the memorable Anna Maria Horsford and multi-talented Roz Ryan, these two for decades have entertained audiences from all around the world. Chock-full of giggles and wit, the two explore where cynicism and compassion lies when it comes to facing a broken relationship with your loved ones. Will the two make amends? You’ll have to find out yourself.

    Anna Maria Horsford

    When it came to casting, Weinberger knew the two were the perfect fit.

    “Anna and Roz are two gifted women in comedy and they aren’t seen enough,” said Weinberger.

    Together the two have performed in plays, television, movies and voice-over works for decades in Hollywood. Nominated for two Emmys and seen on Broadway, they are adept authorities in their fields.

    Weinberger, Ryan and Horsford met each other on Weinberger’s show Amen. When Weinberger recalled meeting the two he immediately saw they had a natural talent for comedy.

    To buy tickets and see these two remarkable actresses in Two Sisters Talking, call (323) 960-4420, or purchase online at www.plays411.com. This is a limited showing lasting only two weeks, showtimes for Friday through Saturday begin at 8 p.m. while Sunday matinee begins at 3 p.m.

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    • Rachel Dares is a former newscaster turned Columnist, Celebrity Publicist, Radio Personality, and the host of a new upcoming travel show, Traveling In Stilettos.

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