Genre: Comedy, Solo Performance
Written and Performed by Peggy Queener

World famous actress, fashion icon and "Fifi La Grange: The Road to Fabulous!" author, Fifi La Grange has just returned after a sudden and  mysterious four month disappearance.  Terrible rumors are swirling!  Will they ruin her for good?  Fifi's dear friend, Effie, a ShopTV addicted senior citizen, convinces her that appearing live on television, with the popular and all powerful entertainment host Jon Toddy, will revive her career.  Effie enlists the reluctant help of Fifi's other close friend, The Donut Lady, to bolster Fifi's case: they interview with Jon Toddy's right hand man, a fervent Fifi Fabutante, and end up sharing a bit too much.   Fifi's big day on "Jon Toddy's Grand Arena" finally arrives, and is shockingly marked by life changing events for everyone!

Open:   06/25/10
Close:   07/03/10

Fri 6/25 @10:30pm, Sat 6/26 @5:30pm,
Fri 7/2 @ 10:30pm, Sat 7/3 @ 5:30pm
Theater:   Wings Theatre
Address:   154 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014
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Closest subway: 1, 9 to Christopher Street, west on Christopher Street several blocks to theatre

Cost:$15 regular, $10 student (with valid ID)
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Wings Theatre Box Office at 212-627-2961
Company: Zephyer Rep
Peggy Queener Writer/Performer

New York: Nina, The Cocktail Hour: Justine, For Tiger Lilies Out of Season; Violet: Snake in Fridge: Vixen, The Eight: Reindeer Monologues; Deborah, I, Undertow (world premier); Lady Croome, Arcadia: Lady Caroline, Dear Brutus; Ranevskaya, The Cherry Orchard; Eleanor; No Sex Please, We're British.  Independent films: Won Ton Baby! (starring Gunnar Hansen and Debbie Rochon); Guy With a Camera; Disorder (Cannes, 2007); Prologue; The Puppet Show.
Deepest love and gratitude to her Mom and Dad, her extraordinary siblings -  the in-towners and the Ohio contingency, (who traveled to see me!);  her exceptionally loyal friends; Coco Chanel, and her dear Kitty.  Profuse and endless thanks forever to her mentor, Blake, without whom Fifi may have never seen the spotlight, Matt, my uber-talented miracle worker and champion,  Phaedra, for her priceless friendship and sage council, fabulous taste, and beyond-gorgeous couture talents, and the dedicated members of Zephyer Rep.  You're all in my heart.

Fifi's dress courtesy of golightly traveling (
Phaedra Paulson Costumes

Phaedra’s intention as an artist is to convey the subtleties of emotion using the dress as a vessel. She started sewing as a means of self-expression as a teenager. After finishing her first degree in Fine Art, Phaedra moved to Brooklyn, New York from Portland, OR and studied design at Parsons. She now pursues both art and design, creating one-of-a kind dresses, accessories and shoes.

Matt Klane Producer

Matt Klane (Producer) is a fully trained advanced actor-combatant with the SAFD, and has studied as a Fight Director and Choreographer under Swordmaster Joe Travers.  He holds a teaching license from New York State, and has taught undergraduate Stage Combat courses in three states.  His choreography and stunt work has been seen here in the NYC area for the past eight years accross the off- and off-off-broadway stage, as well as on on MSNBC, AMC, and  He's recently produced The Cherry Orchard and Dear Brutus, as well as serving as scenic designer for Zephyer Rep.

Blake Bradford Producer

Blake Bradford is an Emmy Award winning writer/director whose theatrical work has appeared all over the US and internationally in Canada, Mexico, Greece, Scotland/England, Denmark, Italy and South Africa. His original plays I, Undertow, The Unfortunate Honeymoon of Tony and Steve, Dance at Bataan, The Last Cloud, and Gay Slave Handbook are actively seen in the regional circuits and NYC. As a director, his most acclaimed work has been with two time Emmy Winner Joan Darling and Bill Svanoe. Blake has directed Ms. Darling all over the US in Svanoe's Quisisana, Lost and Found, Pants on Fire, Callback, The Last Silver Zephyer, and The Last Laugh. Other NYC includes MidsummerSnake in Fridge, Dark of the Moon, Cherry Orchard, Twilight of the Golds, Tempest, Arsenic & Old Lace, Spitfire Grill and Jellyroll Shoes. He serves as Associate Artistic Director of the Wings Theatre, where he runs Zephyer Rep.  Blake is currently on the staff of "Live from Lincoln Center" (PBS), where they won a 2008 Emmy for Madama Butterfly. Other TV credits include "The Big Gay Sketch Show" (LOGO/MTV), "Showtime at the Apollo" (NBC), "Drama Desk Awards" (PBS) and "Arthur Ashe Kids Day" (CBS).