Cybill Does Atlanta as "Curvy Widow" 

If you're headed down to Hotlanta in the next month, you might want to check out Memphis Belle Cybill Shepherd in the one-woman comedy, Curvy Widow, at the Alliance Theatre.

From the Alliance Theatre's website: "Golden Globe winner Cybill Shepherd stars in the World Premiere of Bobby Goldman's autobiographical play Curvy Widow, an intimate and wildly funny one-woman comedy about love, sex, and misadventures in online dating.

"When a strong-willed, successful, seasoned woman finds herself widowed, she assumes new love will just be a point and click away. But dating in the 21st century proves to offer one fresh surprise after another in this exclusive and empowering night of laughter. Wading through the dating pool, she finally finds that in order to be happy, all she needs to be is herself."

Hmmm... Well, hopefully, the show itself will be better than the promotional copy. For Ticket information and show times, go here.

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