Ellen Snortland's "Now That's She's Gone" in Chandler, AZ

Ellen Snortland. www.snortland.com

Ellen Snortland. www.snortland.com

The Chandler Center for the Performing Arts presents “Now That She’s Gone,” written and performed by Ellen Snortland

“With a name like Snortland, she’d better be good.”

Now That She’s Gone is a play that explores Ellen Snortland’s often hilarious, irreverent and sometimes torturous relationship with her Norwegian-American mother. Now That She’s Gone has been described as a Lily Tomlin / Garrison Keillor / Eve Ensler hybrid… passionate, poignant and funny in turns. A memoir piece with Eleanor Roosevelt, sex, drugs and lutefisk, the play and performance has received rave reviews and standing ovations in California, New York, and Washington, D.C.

Nominated for a 2009 Pulitzer Prize in Drama, “Now That She’s Gone” was first produced by EMP Theatricals, LLC, at the 2008 NY International Fringe Festival.

For more information about Ms. Snortland, please visit www.snortland.com.

Ms. Snortland presents three performances only at the Chandler Center for the Performing Arts!

Friday, Saturday, March 12 and 13

Friday — 7:30 p.m.

Saturday — 2:00 p.m. matinee

Saturday — 7:30 p.m.

Chandler Center For The Performing Arts

250 N. Arizona Ave.

Chandler, AZ 85225

Under “Promotions and Special Offers” fill in “SNORT” and click the Find Tickets button. Results will display discounted pricing. You may also call (480) 782-2683.

For more info, email info@chandlercenter.org.

Raves and reviews of Ellen Snortland

Gloria Steinem, feminist, journalist, political and social

activist says, “Ellen has a gift for being serious and

funny, making you laugh and understand at the same time.”

Riane Eisler, author of “The Chalice and the Blade” says,

“Ellen’s play is a must see. Her performance is

stupendous! The play is funny, moving…like real life; it

comes from the heart.”

Nora Dunn, SNL Alum says, “Ms. Snortland delivers a

poignant and completely original insight into the

mother/daughter relationship that is deeply moving, and

often profound.”

Ken Gruberman, Grammy award winner says, “I liked Ellen’s

play so much that I married her!”

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