When underpaid worker Diana receives an unexpected inheritance, she decides to spend it all and live like a well-born lady for one month. What she learns about love, money, and society itself in this rarely produced 1908 romantic comedy by Cicely Hamilton, British suffragist and friend of George Bernard Shaw, will surprise us all.
*member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the U.S. This production is presented under the auspices of the Actors’ Equity Los Angeles Membership Company Rule
“A FIRECRACKER OF A WOMAN (& A PLAY) TO EXPERIENCE…impeccable comic timing…” – Broadway World
“A FROTHY ROMP WITH FEMINIST TEETH…a largely undiscovered gem…”- Stage Scene LA
“A DELICIOUSLY SATISFYING WORK OF THEATRICAL ART..this cast is top drawer…”- Theatre Notes
“(THIS) POSITIVELY BURNS UP THE STAGE WITH WIT, SAGACITY, SATIRE, AND CLASS.”- People’s World
“PULSATES WITH LIFE…pitch-perfect pacing…”- Showmag