Eddie Ed's one-man show, A Man Called Silly, was picked as L.A. Times' Best Bet. He's the lead in a charming short film called "Potluck."
Eddie Ed is serious about comedy and acting. He has appeared 11 times at The Comedy Store on Sunset Strip. He won Best Actor in a Cameo for "Sordid Lives" with Kentwood Players.
Marcie has played with the Long Beach and the Westchester Symphonies. She is delighted to be playing her father's violin.
She has sung and acted in five musical theater showcases with Cathy Gabrielle Wallace — who knew Marcie could sing arias from Puccini operas!
Marcie O'Brien was born into a musical family. Her father, Frank Costanzo, was a violinist with the Philadelphia Orchestra. At age 5 she was playing a tiny violin.
Eddie Ed O'Brien has been doing comedy since high school when Miss Klein laughed hysterically at his riff on a poem by Lord Byron. It's been a gazillion jokes and laughter ever since.
I love to make people laugh. We laugh a lot together.
Stay young at heart
with the Violinist
& the Lunatik!
Join us on the funny side of the street!
I play classical violin and I sing musical theater and opera.
Like Sonny & Cher, we've got great chemistry — only we're happily married!
We put a modern spin on Vaudeville with our colorful characters. Our songs and comedy will add joy and pizzaz to your parties, meetings and weddings!
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The husband & wife variety show
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