by Elizabeth Meriwether
Presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York
TUESDAY, JULY 17th, 6:30pm
Buffalo Street Books Reading Room
“The Mistakes Madeline Made” is a twisted and hilarious story about a young woman who develops Ablutophobia: the fear of bathing. Struggling with a soul-crushing job as a rich family’s personal assistant, a newfound sexual addiction, and a brother whose influence is omnipresent, she moves through her day-to-day duties while simultaneously waging a furious, desperate war against all things pampered, complacent, and clean.
(Not recommended for children under 16)
Elizabeth Meriwether is an American playwright, screenwriter, TV producer, and writer, best known for creating Fox’s new hit sitcom: “New Girl.” She is currently developing projects for Paramount and Universal Studios.
CAST: Jennifer Herzog*, Kathleen Mulligan*, Brendan Powers*, Matthew Prigge, and Dustin Sullivan*
DIRECTOR: Norm Johnson
STAGE MANAGER: Sarah Jane Schostack
*appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association
Photos by: Lucy Gram Photography