Mary Faktor’s one-woman comedy show, The Six Ages of Woman, has been a smash hit for decades! Women who first experienced Mary’s side-splitting humor back in the 1990’s are now bringing their own grown daughters to see the PG-rated show. And for good reason: Mary’s timeless message of hope, change and growth is more relevant and hilarious than ever. Mary Faktor continually updates the show to keep up with the times. “The Six Ages of Woman” chronicles the life of “Vicki” through hilarious phone conversations with her best friend “Madge.” Although we never see Vicki’s husband, children, or best friend, by the end of the 90-minute show, you’ll know them all quite intimately. Watch time pass before your eyes as Vicki changes from starry-eyed teenager discovering love, to newlywed bride full of romantic dreams, to expectant mother anticipating the joys of parenthood, to frenzied housewife with over-active toddlers, to menopausal woman reentering the workforce, to grandmother beginning her retirement. You will likely see a part of yourself during some phase of Vicki’s metamorphosis and you will laugh at yourself while doing so. About Mary Faktor Mary is a member of SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors’ Guild and American Federation of Television & Radio Artists). She is a former member of the Global Speakers Federation, National Speakers Association, and is a graduate of the Second City of Chicago. She is listed in IMDb and her film credits include American Splendor with Paul Giamatti.