Women Behind Bars: Campy Spoof of '50s B-Movies at STAGEStheatre
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Donald Margulies' Pulitzer Prize-winning Dinner With Friends hits the OC stage in this STAGEStheatre production. Gabe and Karen, a happily married couple, have been friends for decades with Tom and Beth, also married. Everything changes when Beth reveals that Tom has been unfaithful and their marriage is on the verge of imploding. The story is not the divorce, however, but the shockwave effect it has on Gabe and Karen's relationship. At first they feel forced to pick sides, then they begin to notice the cracks in their own marriage. This funny, poignant comic drama exposes the insecurities that everyone faces when big changes happen in their lives. The characters are real and relatable -- they might be your friends, your family or they might even be you. Margulies holds a mirror up to the modern relationship and asks us to think about our own relationships and what we're doing to keep them strong. Learn More
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STAGEStheatre presents the B-movie spoof, Women Behind Bars, written by Tom Eyen. David Campos, director of STAGES’ brilliant premiere last year, Rattlers, returns and holds all the keys as the ultimate warden of this cast filled with bad girls, and a couple bad boys.
Women Behind Bars tells the woeful tale of innocent Mary Eleanor who lands in the Women’s House of Detention in Greenwich Village after being framed. Poor Mary Eleanor faces sadism and the comedic horror that can only be found in a truly bad movie. They’re all innocent, just ask ’em.