Three women, talk about their lives and experiences in a
series of short monologues
                                  THE CAST
Jenna             Barbara Fox
Natalie            Madeline Kern
Liz                  Veronica Fuchs
               PART ONE
A day in winter
              PART TWO
Six months later

Please stay for short “talk-back” with the actresses after the show

                             MEET THE CAST

BARBARA FOX   (Jenna)  the author of Three, is the producer/
director of Mystery On The Menu an Interactive theater company
she founded in Washington DC in 1986.  She writes and acts in
the participatory plays and One Woman  mysteries.   She has
appeared in plays (How the Other Half Loves, Love Letters, Feiffer’s
People and others) in regional theaters in Washington DC and Miami 
She is the author of three mystery novels and Widowpedia .

MADELINE KERN  (Natalie) is a vocalist/actress; she sings at condos,
country clubs and organization/club luncheons. She has appeared with
the Hallandale Symphonic Pops Orchestra and has sung her way around
the world on more than 500 cruises. She is a member of Screen Actors Guild
and has appeared in many movies. An Actors Equity member, she has
appeared in stage productions including "Love Letters" and "On a Clear Day".
She recently recorded a CD, "The Velvet Voice of Madeline".

VERONICA FUCHS   (Liz) is a well-known singer/actress/entertainer in South
Florida,  She has  appeared on Broadway with John Raitt, Don Ameche and
Tommy Tune and in many local productions and commercials  She is active in
Several organizations and is a Board member and/or officer in many of them,
In addition to singing and acting she acts as a hostess for many charity events
and is a sought-after book reviewer and lecturer

Three actresses (friends) sit on stools  or in chairs holding their scripts and they talk, informally, one after another, about different events and people.
                 Jenna, is a widow tying to adjust to life without her husband, Natalie is a singer who chose a career over marriage and Liz, is  a busy, over-worked wife/mother/club-woman/ volunteer.,
       They don’t interact; one faces the audience while the others are turned away.   They have “conversations” with a multitude of other characters, they attend parties and go on trips and they discover that  life is always changing, that something new can happen at any age , any stage of life.
      Author Barbara Fox, who plays Jenna, based the play on her life and the characters and lives of her friends, Madeline Kern, and Veronica Fuchs who play Natalie and Liz.
     “My character, Jenna, is for the most part, true to my life” says Barbara, “the other two started out in reality but fiction (and my imagination) took over”,
         Three is performed as a Staged reading; it runs just under an hour  and the actresses are available for a “talk-back/discussion” after the play.