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The setting is a large estate in Knoxville, Tennessee. A group of five widely different bridesmaids hide out in the bride’s bedroom, taking refuge from the ostentatious wedding reception below – each for her own very personal reasons. Over the course of the afternoon. These women discover that they share much more than the identical (and hideous) outfits they wear. Academy Award-winning playwright Alan Ball (American Beauty, Six Feet Under) wrote this irreverent, wickedly funny, and ultimately touching comedy celebrating the indomitable female spirit.

Director: Sue Miner

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Studio Theatre, Sheridan


Frances, cousin of the bride: Lise Cormier
Meredith, the bride’s younger sister: Katie Edwards
Mindy, the groom’s sister: Kate Etienne
Trisha, college friend of the bride: Romina Cortina
Georgeanne, high school friend of the bride: Jennifer Smardenkas
Tripp, the groom’s cousin: Nicholaas Visscher


Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, Theatre Sheridan, musical theatre

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Original Citation

Miner, S. (Director). (2007, November 29 – December 8). Five women wearing the same dress. [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, November 29 – December 8, 2007



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