By: Paul Rudnick

Audition dates: Sunday, April 9 & Monday, April 10
All at 8:00pm

Sides from the script will be provided. The play is directed by Ron Mulligan of Parsippany

Needed: 4 Women & 2 Men

Show Synopsis: In Paul Rudnick’s 2006 hilariously witty comedy of Manhattan manners, he explores marriage equality, friendships, and squandered riches. Take one high-powered attorney, blend with his deliriously social fashionista wife, and stir things up with their closest friend, one of the world’s most staggeringly successful fashion designers. Add a “bridezilla” daughter and mix with a wacky maid, a cocktail-fueled mother, President G. W. Bush and stir to create a “saucy, sharp-tounged comedy of uncivil disobedience” (NY Sun). “One of the funniest quip-meisters on the planet” – The New York Times.

Note: will only offend those on the wrong side of history.


TIBBY McCULLOUGH: Female, late 40’s-50’s, High society, exudes class, style and wit. Life-long friend of Hank.

HANK HADLEY: Male, “silver fox”, late 40’s-50’s, a staggeringly successful fashion designer modeled after the late Bill Blass. Life-long friend of the McCulloughs.

JACK McCULLOUGH: Male, handsome, late 40’s-50’s. Tibby’s husband, a powerful buttoned-up New York attorney. A friend of the sitting President. Life-long friend of Hank.

SPENCER McCULLOUGH: Female, 20’s-30’s. Pretty and pampered, powerful corporate attorney. Recently engaged, she is the bride in need of the perfect dress.

MYRA KESSELMAN: Female, late 40’s-60’s, smart and efficient, quirky yet sane maid of the McCullough household. Multiple dialects needed.

MARIETTA CLAYPOOL: Female, 60’s-80’s. Tibby’s mother, an impeccably groomed grande dame in every sense.

Performances: June 9 – June 24, 2017 (3 weekends)