Daisy and Jordan's Sunday Brunch of Shame Returns to the Laurie Beechman Theatre
Tony winner Daisy Eagan and Jordan Kai Burnett offer a second performance of their musical comedy show.
Tony winner Daisy Eagan and Jordan Kai Burnett's debauched comedy show, Daisy and Jordan's Sunday Brunch of Shame, will return to the Laurie Beechman Theatre on Sunday, March 19, at 1pm, on the heels of the show's February 26 New York debut.
Daisy and Jordan's Sunday Brunch of Shame is billed as follows: "A comedy show with music, prizes, sketches, and lots of shame. Do you like pop music? Do you like brunch? Did you have a little too much fun last night? Do you like to laugh? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you won't want to miss Daisy and Jordan's Sunday Brunch of Shame. Fresh from their night out the night before, Tony winner Daisy Eagan and future Tony winner Jordan Kai Burnett will impart tips and tricks to surviving the dark days ahead. (Legal note: Daisy and Jordan are not liable for any of the 'wisdom' imparted should such 'wisdom' lead to unwise decisions on the part of any audience member.) Daisy and Jordan's Sunday Brunch of Shame is the perfect antidote to a night of bad decisions. This show is not suitable for children under the age of 16, unless that's just what kind of parent you are in which case you do you. Guests who come wearing clothes from the night before get a special door prize."
In 1991, Eagan became (and remains) the youngest actress ever to win a Tony Award for her performance an Mary Lennox in The Secret Garden. In 2016, she played Martha in the New York in ManhattanTheater Productions' concert of The Secret Garden, reprised the role in a production at Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., and will continue with the production this spring at 5th Avenue Theatre. She is also featured in a two-episode arc on the current final season of HBO's Girls.
Burnett was recently seen at La Mirada Theatre as Whatshername in American Idiot. She has also been workshopping the musical adaptation of Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion in the role of Heather Mooney, directed by Tony nominee Kristin Hanggi.
Daisy and Jordan's Sunday Brunch of Shame is written by Eagan, Burnett, and Clare Smith Marash, with music direction by Bryan Blaskie. The show has previously played at Rockwell: Table & Stage in Los Angeles.