Girlfriends – I guarantee you’ll have the best time at the Off-Broadway NYC production, Love, Loss, and What I Wore. The cast, which includes The View‘s Sherri Shepherd, will have you pretty much spellbound from the moment the lights go down.
The play, written by sisters Nora and Delia Ephron, uses recollections about clothing and shopping to share the personal and poignant experiences in women’s lives. It also hones right in on the universal “getting-dressed” experiences that all women have , like the utter frustration of not having ANYTHING to wear in your closet, the HORROR of having to see yourself in a “change room” mirror, or the cluelessness of mothers who buy their daughters ridiculously out-of-date “outfits” (plaid pants and bow-tied blouses, anyone?)
Sherri Shepherd has a laugh-out-loud scene, describing how she’s not a “purse person,” while cast member Penny Fuller takes us through the loss of her “handsome” mom and “handsomer” dad at an early age, and then her ill-fated marriages — all through descriptions and illustrations of her dresses.
Whether you’re fat, thin, old, young, a heels or a Birkenstock woman, you’ll relate!
— Bonnie Fuller
To order tickets, call Telecharge at (212) 239-6200, or order them online by clicking here.