Genre: Drama
By Theresa Rebeck, Directed By Kitt Lavoie

On a beautiful Sunday morning in mid-October, three house mates decide to have scotch for breakfast. Elly is pregnant and considering an abortion, Jen is being harassed by an obsessive co-worker, and Gayle is just trying to keep order as she weighs a major life decision. Their problems are compounded by a fourth roommate, Jessica, a religious young woman whose own anxieties leave her little room to entertain their confused attempts to make sense of their lives. As they drink, joke and argue, they discover how difficult it can be to make a moral decision in an increasingly complex world.
Open:   02/23/05
Close:   03/06/05

Wednesday-Thursday at 7pm
Friday and Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 3pm
Theater:   Abingdon Theater Mainstage
Address:   312 West 36th Street, First Floor
New York, NY 10018
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Cost:$15.00 or Call: at 212-462-9017
Stephanie is thrilled to be producing a show again with her favorite partner in crime, Lana Faye. Their past shows include John Patrick Shanley's, Savage in Limbo, where Stephanie played Linda Rotunda and 5 Women Wearing the Same Dress, in which she played Georgeanne. Other favorite roles include The Good Witch in American Family Theatre's East Coast tour of The Wizard of Oz, Dolores in Dolores, and Mrs. Peachum in The Three Penny Opera. She received her BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.

Contact: (212) 229-7821

Lana is delighted to be producing again with Stephanie. Past productions together include Savage in Limbo , in which Lana performed the role of Denise Savage, and Five Women Wearing the Same Dress where she played Mindy. Most recently, she played Anne Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank at the Heights Players. Other New York credits include Sandra in Dolores, Millie in Picnic, Kay Strange in Towards Zero, and Justine in Frankenstein. Lana also played Mary Lennox in Windy City Players' national tour of The Secret Garden. Lana holds a BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.

Contact: (212) 460-1892

Zoë is a native New Yorker. She received her MFA in acting from the Actors Studio Drama School at the New School University. Recent credits include Now the Cats with Jeweled Claws, Self-Torture and Strenuous Exercise, Riders to the Sea, A Taste of Honey, and The Snow Queen. When not on stage Zoë has enjoyed working behind the curtain as an Assistant Stage Manager for numerous plays throughout New York. She is also proud to be one of the founding members of The Little Foxes Theatre Company, which promotes new and talented actors, directors and playwrights in producing theatrical works right here in the Big Apple.

Contact: (917) 864-5241

Jane's recent credits include Ah, My Dear Andersen (Urban Stages), Daisy in Rhinoceros (Novisi Productions), Isabella in Measure For Measure, Mrs. Elvsted in Hedda Gabler, Stella in The Desire Project (Dir. Erica Schmidt), Wendla in Spring Awakening (Dir. Christopher Grabowski) and Antígona in Antígona Furiosa. She is also co-founder of Woodshed Theater Company. WTC credits include the Madame in The Maids and Lady Macbeth. Jane holds a B.A. in Drama from Vassar College and has also studied abroad at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.

Contact: (718) 877-2918