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Renée Taylor’s My Life on a Diet

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Saturday, August 3 @ 2:00 pm
in the Northlight Theatre – Presented by North Shore Center – Skokie
$52 | $62 | VIP $87

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Renée Taylor’s
My Life on a Diet
by Renée Taylor & Joseph Bologna

Performance Schedule:
Tue, July 16 at 7:30pm
Wed, July 17 at 7:30pm
Thu, July 18 at 7:30pm
Fri, July 19 at 8pm
Sat, July 20 at 2pm
Sat, July 20 at 8pm
Sun, July 21 at 2pm
Tue, July 23 at 7:30pm
Wed, July 24 at 7:30pm
Thu, July 25 at 7:30pm
Fri, July 26 at 8pm
Sat, July 27 at 2pm
Sat, July 27 at 8pm
Sun, July 28 at 2pm
Tue, July 30 at 7:30pm
Wed, July 31 at 7:30pm
Thu, August 01 at 7:30pm
Fri, August 02 at 8pm
Sat, August 03 at 2pm
Sat, August 03 at 8pm
Sun, August 04 at 2pm


Renée Taylor’s My Life on A Diet looks back on a life full of memorable roles in Hollywood and on Broadway, and just as many fad diets. A self-described “diet junkie,” Taylor dishes out juicy anecdotes about—and weight loss tips from—Hollywood legends such as Joan Crawford, Marilyn Monroe, Barbra Streisand, Marlon Brando and Cary Grant. By sharing her highs and lows—on and off the scale—as only she could, Renée Taylor proves how the ability to laugh will get you through it all.

Renée Taylor is an Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award-winning actress and writer. She is known for playing Fran Drescher’s outspoken mother, Sylvia Fine, on the TV series The Nanny. In 2016, Taylor starred in the Netflix movie The Do-Over with Adam Sandler and in the TV show Rock in a Hard Place. She last appeared at the North Shore Center with her late husband Joseph Bologna in 2005 in their Broadway play It Had to Be You.

“There is something spicy going on… This lighthearted look at Taylor’s
self-image and her quest for love…is a fascinating evocation of a woman
with a weak body image and a strong sense of humor. A veritable
depository of old-fashioned zingers…one-liners and well-timed pauses.
The New York Times