HOUSEWIVES OF SECAUCUS TO OPEN OFF-BROADWAY

April 29, 2021, 11:04.31 am ET  

 
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“Housewives of Secaucus: What a Drag,” a new lip sync musical comedy conceived by Nancy Levine, written by three-time Emmy Award Winner Anthony Wilkinson and directed by Hank Fitzgerald Kiraly. begins an open-ended run at Actors Temple Theatre, (339 West 47thStreet) on Saturday, May 1.

The play spoofs those popular housewife shows you love to hate as the five queens of the Garden State are about to 'werk-it' at the annual Mad Hatters Brunch - competing for ‘Best Hat’, ‘Woman of the Year’ and even mayor of ‘Beautiful’ Secaucus, New Jersey. Who will be unfriended? Who’s having an affair with who? Could the competition be rigged? Queens are spilling tea everywhere at this interactive extravaganza!

The cast features Philip McLeod, Ryan Stutz, Cammerron Baits, Jacob P.S. Lemmenes and Sam Brackley. The production features scenic design by Josh Iocovelli with choreography and costume design by Hank Fitzgerald Kiraly.

Audience members are required to wear masks, submit to temperature checks and adhere to social distancing within the theatre, which is currently operating at 33% reduced capacity.

For tickets, visit www.telecharge.com.

 

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