Debbie (Kim Kivens) and Doyle (David Andrew Anderson) try to revive Doyle's moribund country music career in The Doyle & Debbie Show. Photo credit: Brianna Royle Kopka.
Early on in The Doyle & Debbie Show, its washed-up country star (David Andrew Anderson) introduces a song that, he explains, was written because of a dearth of uptempo country songs for women. Its title? "Barefoot and Pregnant." Its content? A decidedly non-PC satire of an ode to being a stay-at-home mom, to the refrain of "Just keep me barefoot and pregnant, / that's all I wanna be. / Keep me knocked up and cooking; / it's a sure fire recipe." If the basic premise is too offensive to contemplate, you might want to give TD&DS a miss. If a cross between Mel Brooks and Tom Lehrer's humor sounds appealing, you might want to hop on down to the New Century Theatre.MORE »