Why See The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Bridesmaids?
Bridesmaids - the musical parody!
The smash-hit comedy movie that catapaulted Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig into the stratosphere has now been adapted for the stage, in this completely unauthorized musical pastiche. Forming part of the "Unauthorized" series at Rockwell Table & Stage, this promises to be a rollicking ride through the bachelorette party from hell.Written by Kate Pazakis and directed by Tony-winning actress, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Broadway's original Tracy Turnblad!
Meet Annie, a single woman who's love life is non-existent and stuck in a dead-end job. The only thing keeping her sane is her best friend Lillian. However when Lilian announces her engagement, and that she wants Annie to be her maid of honor, the latter's life starts to unravelf further, and at breakneck speed. Broke and miserable, she finds herself meeting a colorful bunch of bridesmaids; including a rich girl who seems intent on stealing Lilian away as a new best friend. Bluffing through the myriad expensive and bizarre rituals, each event turns into a disaster, including getting kicked off a plane. Will Annie and Lilian's friendship survive the chaos?
Opening night: 3 August 2017
Suitable for ages 15+
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