NorthEast Theatre Ensemble Presents The Women
by Clare Boothe Luce
Written in 1936, The Women is a classic icon of the era-fashionable, funny and dark. When Mary Haines finds out that her husband is keeping a mistress, the younger more beautiful Crystal, she begins to learn what it’s like to stand up for herself. In a climate clouded by the rules, gossip, and artifice of Manhattan’s high society, Mary and her companions search for love, friendship, and truth. Through fast-paced dialogue, cutting humor, and timeless wisdom the play exposes the simultaneously ugly and beautiful condition of womanhood.
Tressa Brooks- Mary
Shae Fitzgerald – Miriam
Emily Fernandes- Jane
Monica Hoh- Crystal
Janet Hurley Kimlicko- Sylvia
Cori Irwin- Edith Potter
Lily Kimlicko – Little Mary
Emily Kosmaczewski – Peggy
Christina Reeves- Nancy
Sheila O’Shea-The Countess DeLage
Deborah Thorne Mazzone – Mrs. Morehead
Performances at Steamer No 10 Theatre 500 Western Ave. Albany, NY
March 18, 24, 25, 31 & April 1, at 8:00 p.m.
March 19, 26 & April 2, at 3:00 p.m.
For reservations please go to www.steamer10theatre.org
Tickets $20, Seniors and Students $12