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The Learned Ladies of Park Avenue skewers the “educated” of high society straight through their shallow social, political and personal pretensions. This hilarious comedy, written in rhymed verse, has a surprisingly contemporary feel. While it takes place in the 1936 jazz age of New York City, it definitely hits home today.
Betty wants to marry Dicky. Her mother Phyllis, a self-proclaimed intellectual and political activist, has another man in mind – Upton Gabbitt, the darling of poetic salons whose aim is to marry rich regardless of love.
In the end, everyone gets their just rewards. Performed in a 50-seat cabaret setting, you get an up-close view and personal insight into all the action. You have never seen anything quite like this!