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Sarasota News Leader June 28, 2013 Page 91 atre in Galway, Ireland (where Aron was born) and was later transferred to the West End of London, where it was nominated for the 2004 Olivier Award for Best Entertainment. At present, it has been produced or is awaiting production in 33 countries, the release points out. la high and dry in London," the release continues. "Once a professional window dresser, Angela gave up her career to be a wife and mother and now finds herself adrift in a sea of shifty solicitors, Christmas on her own, and her confidence at an all-time low," it says. Edwards first became aware of the play "Should she fight to keep her husband? Or through a colleague who worked on the Amer- should she sign the divorce papers and move ican premiere. After Edwards read it, he was on?" inspired to approach Aron with the idea of taiMy Brilliant Divorce runs through July 14, loring an Asolo Rep production to showcase the comedic strengths of Testa, the release 2013 in Asolo Rep's Mertz Theatre, located in continues. Edwards knew Testa through her The FSU Center for the Performing Arts, 5555 long and storied career "and had lured her to N. Tamiami Trail. Sarasota for last season's production of Love, Ticket prices for all performances range from Loss and What I Wore," it adds. $20 to $72. Tickets may be purchased at the The play focuses on Angela Kennedy-Lipsky, Asolo Repertory Theatre box office in person "the middle-aged American wife of Max, a Brit or by calling 351-8000. They also may be purwho has run off with his lover and left Ange- chased online at KERWIN'S ART TO BE ON DISPLAY AT UNITARIAN CHURCH An exhibit titled, Females and Felines: Paintings by Valerie Kerwin, will open on Sunday, July 7, at the Unitarian Universalist Church Gallery, located at 3975 Fruitville Road, Sarasota, with a reception to be held from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the church has announced. Admission is free. The Females and Felines exhibit "reveals the influence of artist Valerie Kerwin's work as a fashion illustrator" after she graduated from college with a graphic design/fashion illustration degree, a news release says. As a painter, her subject matter has evolved to focus almost exclusively on women, girls and cats, the release adds. Plush Persians by Valerie Kerwin. Contributed photo

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