|by Paul Rudnick||directed by Becky Beth Benedict|
|Costumes by Dawn McKay||Set design by Konrad Rogowski|
Synopsis: Hank Hadley is a world-famous fashion designer and a close friend of power-attorney Jack McCullough and his socialite wife Tibby. Their daughter, Spencer, has announced her engagement and asks for a Hank-designed gown, which he is happy to provide.
Jack gets a phone call from President Bush, asking Jack to come to Washington to help write a Constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. Hank, whose longtime partner died only a few months ago, is a little upset by this.
|Left-to-right: Spencer (Jennifer Rawlings), Hank (Chad Shipley), and Jack (Josh Guenter).||Left-to-right: Spencer, Jack, Tibby (Heidi Jean Weinrich), and Hank.|
|(When the show was running, our South Hall doubled as the set's front door.)
Tibby at the door with the maid, Myra Kesselman (Jomarie Pipolo).
|Late in Act II. Left-to-right: Tibby; Spencer; Tibby's mother, Marietta Claypoole (Kelly Seip), and Jack.|
|A critical point in Act II. Note Tibby's inability to find a decent hairdresser and Marietta's problems getting a proper dress.|
LJ Bilansky photos
|Join Our Mailing List|
Member, Suffield Chamber of Commerce
Any photos in this site not otherwise credited are © Gniranad Publishing.
© 2017 The Suffield Players, Inc. All Rights Reserved