By Wendy MacLeod
January 24 – February 25, 2018
Featuring Artistic Associates Lydia Berger Gray and Melanie Keller,
with Gail Rastorfer
When your best friend is dating a serial killer…do you tell her if she seems happy?
Thelma and Louise meets The First Wives Club in this biting comedy. Divorcées Mary, Jo, and Liz are best friends, always looking out for each other. So when Mary and Jo begin to suspect that Liz’s new boyfriend is a serial killer, they begin an investigation to prove it to her and save her life. But when they bring in Liz’s teenage daughter Amanda into it, along with her spaced-out boyfriend Trenner, things go from humorously tricky to hilariously complex.
Wendy MacCleod is the author of The House of Yes (Miramax Films starring Parker Posey) as well as Schoolgirl Figure (world premiere at The Goodman) and Things Being What They Are (Steppenwolf).
“Pitch-perfect…a comedy romp!” (Boston Stages)
“The laughs come fast and furious…modern, lively, and loads of fun!” (Boston Globe)
Directed by Janice L. Blixt
Scenic Design: Angela Weber Miller°, USA
Costume Design: Rachel Lambert°
Lighting Design: TBA
Sound Design: Christopher Kriz°, USA
Properties Design: TBA
Stage Manager: Amy Creuziger°*
Production Assistant: Sarah West°
Featuring Lydia Berger-Gray°*, Melanie Keller°*, Gail Rastorfer*, and Joe Foust°*