Check it out! Adult Children was interviewed about our sketch series by VoyageDallas! We discuss how we got started, some fun looks at our real lives, and how we've been affected by national and personal events. Read the full article here.
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This lil piece I wrote is being performed by MaryAlice Lovel Larmi tonight as a part of Valdez Theatre Conference’s One-Minute Monologue Festival 💜💛 Catch BITCH tonight at 5:30 (Pacific) @ Valdez, Alaska
Adult Children presents SIX FOOT STRUGGLE! Featuring music by Christian Haigis, and our first ever actor-who's-not-us Chase Bradshaw! We present this sketch in loving memory of our grandma, Barbara Kluck Beadle, who always made sure to tell us how much these silly videos meant to her.