It is the year 1976 in a small provincial Mississippi town where we follow 24 hours in the lives of three sisters: Lenny, Meg and Babe, young women who, like their mother before them, provoke gossip and disapproval from the town’s leading citizens. The whirlwind events of those 24 hours bring these women more notoriety than ever before, but may actually change their lives and the way they see themselves. This bizarre black comedy is in fact not only very funny, but also warm, insightful, and deeply human.
Playwright: Beth Henley
Director: Yaga Brady
Cast: Sabrina Caruso, Genevieve Evans, Zoe Bentley, Samantha Solar, Mike Adams, Ryan Henzes
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