From her home outside Dayton, Ohio, bestselling author Erma Bombeck gave a hilarious voice to ordinary suburban housewives everywhere, using humor to tell the reality of her life and theirs. At Wit's End chronicles Bombeck's fascinating story, beginning in 1964 with the launch of her groundbreaking newspaper column through her emergence as America's favorite mother, with top billing on kitchen refrigerators from coast to coast. Filled with Bombeck's own wit and wisdom, this new play paints a warm and funny portrait of the woman who dared to ask, "If life is a bowl of cherries, what am I doing in the pits?"
Humorist Erma Bombeck, the author of 12 books and a popular column, “At Wit’s End,” which appeared in more than 900 newspapers, grew up in Dayton.
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