The ladies of the Long Island Masque and Wig Society, dedicated to early American drama, hit upon the inspired notion of doing Mowatt's Fashion . They will play male as well as female roles, of course. The result is a play with songs in which the director is the only male performer, a phony French count who almost wins the daughter of social climbing Mrs. Tiffany. He is foiled in the nick of time. Other complications and misunderstandings abound.
"The show won me over." - The New York Post
"A score that is as catchy and bright as any in the Gershwin to Jerry Herman vernacular." - Women's Wear Daily