Wise-cracking Truvy offers shampoos and free advice to the ladies of Chinquapin, Louisiana, including her eager assistant Annelle, town curmudgeon Ouiser, the eccentric Miss Clairee, and local social leader M’Lynn, whose daughter Shelby is about to get married. The group’s strength—and love—make them truly touching company in good times and bad.
Truvy Jones - Jennifer Kwiatkowski
Annelle Dupuy-Desoto - Tahlia Chinault (first Week)
Annelle Dupuy-Desoto - Caitlin Ellis (second week)
Clairee Belcher - Cathy Hansel-Edgerton
Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie - Corinne Woodland
M’Lynn Eatenton - Kelly Wynn Woodland
Ouiser Boudreaux - Sue Belvo
After Greg proposes marriage, Ginny leaves for a day in the country, supposedly to visit her parents but actually to break things off with her married lover. Greg finds the address and decides to surprise his fiancée by arriving first – much to the hilarious confusion and dismay of her older lover, Philip, and his befuddled wife, Sheila.
When cantankerous Abby is forced to share her assisted living facility quarters with newly arrived Marilyn, she has no choice but to get rid of the infuriatingly chipper woman by any means necessary. A seemingly harmless bet between the two senior women quickly escalates into a dangerous game of one-upmanship that reveals the determination of these worthy opponents.
Two down-on-their luck actors, Jack and Leo, learn a nearby wealthy woman is searching for her sister’s children to include in her will. When they discover that long-lost "Max" and "Steve" aren’t nephews but nieces, they must continue their plot, now posing as "Maxine" and "Stephanie" for a chance at the multi-million dollar inheritance.
Mixing the brilliant wit of Noël Coward with the intricate plotting of Agatha Christie, this mystery finds Edward and Sorel, a playwright and his actress wife, fleeing London after a disastrous opening night. But their weekend retreat with their comical servants is soon interrupted by the unexpected arrivals of four zany guests - each with a long-held secret.
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