The actors are mysteriously dying in a small community theater outside of Nyack, New York. Resident playwright Sal Fatone has his hands full as he tries to mount his latest play in order to salvage an otherwise slow season for the "Fairview Players." But there are many obstacles in his way, including a harried producer, pompous actors, local divas, and a dead body.
- Minimum Fee: $100 per performance
- Setting: A Small Theater in New York State
The part of the CAB DRIVER can be played in amateur productions by an audience member or a different 'cameo' guest actor each night.
LADIES IN LINGERIE was first performed at the 1st Avenue Playhouse in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey in August, 2006.