Wickedly Catty Comedy The Women Satirizes 1930s NYC Uppercrust
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The last date listed for The Women was Sunday June 16, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Featured review from Richard
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I had never seen the play before, and was surprised at how the two movie versions completely took out all the working class elements! Great cast and a lot of fun to watch. The actresses who played Crystal, Kay's mother, and the 2 Mrs. Fowlers were exceptionally good. This is the last weekend, so go soon!
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Another good production by Theatre West, with an excellent cast! The script shows its age somewhat, and might have benefitted from a little judicious editing for time, but it was fun to see a great troupe of actresses sink their teeth into such...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Not only was _The Women _groundbreaking for its era, the first Broadway show with an all-female cast, but every subsequent generation discovers afresh how oddly contemporary its sendup of pampered, vain, backbiting, sexually candid New York socialites feels.” —Los Angeles Times
“Directed with riotously inventive skill and creative staging … The Women is] a highly ambitious and most enjoyable vintage “blast to the past,” sure to tickle your fancy.” —Tolucan Times
About the Ticket Supplier: Theatre WestEstablished in 1962, Theatre West is the oldest, continually running theater company in Los Angeles. Our productions have toured both sides of the Atlantic, including the Edinburgh and Dublin Festivals, New York City, Atlanta, South Carolina, Seattle, San Francisco, and throughout California. Over the years Theatre West's plays have transferred to Broadway (Spoon River Anthology, Aesop in Central Park) and to feature films (A Bronx Tale, Faithful).
The theater is located in Hollywood near the Cahuenga Pass and is home to both professional productions for adults and, since 1984, the family themed Storybook Theatre. No seats are further than 40 feet from the stage.