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Southern Fried Chicks
Four different women, all from the South, and their hilarious take on life, love and the pursuit of happiness is what makes the story of the Southern Fried Chicks. A clever fusion of New South, the Old South, and the Deep South is done for an evening of clean, clever story telling for every generation. . Life and love in the USA has never been funnier as when the original desperate housewives give their points of view, and you'll leave the theatre wiping your eyes, holding your sides, and waiting for your next helping of the Southern Fried Chicks!
The reigning Queen of Southern Sass, Etta May can best be described as Minnie Pearl with a migraine. This is best shown in her reflection, You know you're getting fat when you sit in the bathtub and the water in the toilet rises!
Born and raised in Bald Knob, Arkansas, Etta May's father, was a potpourri farmer, and her mother was bedridden by constant childbearing. She grew up alongside nine older brothers, who referred to their baby sister as the human sacrifice and her family did not realize she was a girl until she required a training bra.
Etta May met her husband, Delbert, an aspiring truck driver, at a friend's kegger. From across the yard their eyes locked in a love look. Nine months later, she was blessed with a boy, followed by a girl and two more boys. That's where my comedy comes from. I just wait for my husband or kids to do something stupid, and then I write it downThrough the years, Etta May had a string of dead end jobs, which included faithfully driving a school bus for over 10 years.
She says she learned how to handle unruly kids by Armor All-ing the seats, and touching the brakes, all the way home. One night, while volunteering as a BINGO caller, she recalls, the ball sucker got stuck, and I was forced to entertain a room full of angry Catholics. It was then I realized I could make people laugh. Etta May is easily capable of taking you on a redneck ride through the Deep South.
Living by the adage, Why do when you can over-do, Trish is definitely one hot chick. Trish left the family funeral business in Kentucky to become a stand uo comedian. Trish scored a number of TV appearances including Girls Behaving Badly, Take my Kids, Please and CMT Comedy Stage, after moving to Los Angeles. As host and yard sale diva, Trish can be seen in her regular gig on Style Channel's hit show, Clean House.
According to Beth Donahue, I'm so ill-suited for real work, it's ridiculous. This she said after almost 20 years of performing, and after she'd taken a job as a secretary in 2003, and was ready to give up the comic life until the Southern Fried Chicks came calling. Hailing from Nashville, Beth Donahue is a self-proclaimed, recovering everything.
Her material is brutally funny, incredibly honest and she doesn't joke about anything that everyone hasn't done, thought about doing or wish they could still do. Her pull no punches style has made her hit with audiences on the over 600 radio shows across the country where Beth continues to be a regular call-in guest.
Sonya has been a featured comedian on CBS's Star Search and NBC's Last Comic Standing. She made her international debut as the featured comedienne for Verizon Wireless on their Fun and Games mobile accessories option, which is available in 60 countries. Clean, fun, and full of high energy, Sonya's charm lies primarily in the combination of her Southernism (she's based in Chicago by way of Virginia) with big city smarts. Her observational comedy is enhanced by dead-on impersonations and sound effects ranging from favorite celebrities to pets she wished she could keep in her Chicago apartment.