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on 12 February 2011
American play set on the wedding night of a character we never see, this play gives an insight into the five bridesmaids, their connection with the bride and their bonding together over a night spent wearing the same, albeit repulsive, dress.
A range of five roles (one male, shortly performed towards the end) for women, with good diversity, all set in one place (a bedroom within the wedding reception) this play is great for student shows, giving lots of opportunity for character development and dramatic opportunity with no need for scene changes. Some parts are slightly larger than others, but all roles have good depth and there are parts that could be used simply as duologues and monologues.
Well written, a very good piece for dramatic women to show their potential.