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Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, written by Alan Ball, is a seriously humourous play that combines a celebration of female friendship with a satire on the pretensions and foibles and of the upper-middle class and an expose of the skeletons in their closets. A play that women will identify with and through which men will learn a lot of secret women’s business, especially what women think about men and talk about when men aren’t present.
“Five Women Wearing The Same Dress” is directed by Mike Russo and Georgia Martin and features a talented cast consisting of Kate Foster, Madeleine Serrier, Madeleine Lipson, Catherine Volkov, Melia Naughton and Hank Spangler.
This play is for the broad-minded as it contains adult themes including sex, gender politics and drug taking and includes some strong language.
Melia Naughton in pink surrounded by (L to R) Madeleine Lipson,
Kate Foster and Madeleine Serrier.