Time Period - 1960s
Settings Of Play - A pool in the White House. Three deck chairs.
FEATURES / CONTAINS
Irene Ryan, Monologues, Scene work, Competition or audition material
Mild Adult Themes, Smoking
College Theatre / Student, Community Theatre, Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups
Fiddle and Faddle, the president’s mistresses, spend their days lounging by the pool, waiting to be called upon by the president. With the thought of the ongoing nuclear war looming over their heads, Fiddle and Faddle begin to question their value, and more importantly, their places in life as women who desire to love and feel love in return.
Fiddle and Faddle was first produced at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in August, 2002. It was directed by Sullivan Canady White.