#26. I have been Maid of Honor – 4 times. I have been a bridesmaid – 3 times. I have been overweight – all the time.
Profiles Theatre presents the Midwest premiere of Bachelorette. Becky is getting married. Her Maid of Honor decides to throw a wedding eve bash in Becky’s suite. She invites Katie and Gena to join her. Champagne, drugs, sex: uncork the pity party! Their toasting the nuptials warps into their roasting the bride. The celebration turns into a commiseration as the girls vent their anger about Becky. And she is not even in the room. She’s spending the night with her good looking, rich fiance. And worst of all to these old high school chums is that Becky is fat. Why aren’t they getting married? They’re beautiful…to look at. Bachelorette is “Mean Girls” grown up, coked up and f*cked up!
Read the rest of my review at Chicago Theater Beat.
Filed under: Profiles Theatre
Tags: Adam Soule, Amanda Powell, Bachelorette the play, Bekki Lambrecht, Darrell W. Cox, Elise Spoerlein, Eric Burgher, Erica Griese, Hillary Marren, Jeffrey Levin, Katy Walsh, Kristin Barnett, Leslye Headland, Linda Augusta Orr, Maryann Carlson, Profiles Theatre, Rakisha Pollard, Scott Davis