November 9, 2001: Girl fight! Girl fight! Watch 'em ladder their stockings, chip their nail polish, smear their makeup and tear each other's eyelashes out! And if we're really lucky, one of 'em will lose her dress!
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The Women BROADWAY REVIEWS
- Opening Night:
- November 8, 2001
- January 13, 2002
Theater: American Airlines / 227 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10036
When this gleefully malicious comedy about New York society matrons premiered on Broadway, audiences were shocked, outraged and delighted. Featuring an all-female cast and some of the funniest dialogue ever written for the American stage, The Women offers a fascinating inside look at the catty world of Park Avenue society. This deliciously nasty tale of a woman whose happy marriage is destroyed by the gossip of her friends has been called one of the great American plays of the 20th century. Under the direction of Scott Elliot, Kristin Johnston, Rue McClanahan, Cynthia Nixon, Amy Ryan, Jennifer Tilly, and Mary Louise Wilson star.BUY TICKETS BUY GROUP TICKETS
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