Marriage Advice given by Adulterers in Comic Cheaters at Westminster Community Theatre
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Clare Booth Luce's The Women is a wickedly venomous comedy about 1930s Manhattan socialites who, for pure sport, urge each other into self-destruction. Having no other occupation or purpose, the women manipulate each other to create gossip-column fodder for their own entertainment. The Women contains razor-sharp dialogue and social commentary particular to its time, but its themes -- marriage and divorce, socio-economic class, female friendship, standards of beauty and the role of women in society -- remain relevant today. (Real Housewives, anyone?) Learn More
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A young couple in love is thinking about getting married. They go to their respective parents for advice, unaware that the bride’s mom and dad and the groom’s mom and dad are having affairs…with each other. Pieces fall uproariously into place when the parents meet the children for dinner. It’s everyone for themselves in this wild, rollicking look at love.
Michael Jacobs’ plays include Cheaters, _Impressionism _and Getting Along Famously. He produced the film _Quiz Show _and the documentary As Seen Through These Eyes. Jacobs produced or developed more than 15 TV shows including Boy Meets World, Dinosaurs, My Two Dads, _The Torkelsons _and Charles in Charge.