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Designing Women Live, Volume Three
a Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by Linda Bloodworth (teleplay), stage adaptation by Topher Payne

COMPANY : The Process Theatre Company [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Onstage Atlanta, Inc. (Decatur) [WEBSITE]
ID# 3936

SHOWING : February 17, 2011 - February 19, 2011

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

The women of Sugarbaker's are back, with two new stage adaptations of the classic 80s sitcom "Designing Women."

The Episodes:
"Blame It On New Orleans" - The girls head off to the Big Easy for a design convention and hilarity ensues. Mary Jo sleeps with a married man, and Charlene and Suzanne drink the night away at a drag bar. Presented on the 20th anniversary of the episode's original airing in February, 1991! This episode is not yet available on DVD!

"Julia Gets Her Head Stuck in a Fence" - Sugarbaker's is decorating the Governor's mansion, when on a dare Julia sticks her head in the priceless Abbott Banister to prove she is spontaneous. And then her head gets stuck, with only hours to spare before the Governor's Ball.


CAST & CREW LIST
Co-Director DeWayne Morgan
Co-Director Topher Payne
Miss Betz Amanda Cucher
Mary Jo Shively Johnny Drago
Ray Don Simpson Tom Gillespie
Suzanne Sugarbaker DeWayne Morgan
Julia Sugarbaker Topher Payne
Charlene Stillfield Tony Smithey
Anthony Bouvier Spencer G. Stephens
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