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Re-Designing Women

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Members say: Confusing, Absorbing, Excruciating, Clever, Entertaining

About the show

In this unauthorized parody celebrating the beloved 1980s sitcom Designing Women,' the ladies of the interior design firm try to save their faltering business by pitching a reality show to Bravo. More…

In 'Re-Designing Women,' a female-owned Atlanta-based interior design firm, plagued by the faltering economy, is on the brink of collapse. Things change when one of the sassy southern belles has an idea to save the business. She pitches a reality show to Andy Cohen, the hotshot producer from the BRAVO network, and soon, camera crews are following the zany antics of the four outspoken feminists, their ex-con deliveryman, and their daffy family friend.


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MEMBERS SAY:

Confusing, Absorbing, Excruciating, Clever, Entertaining

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Clever, Absorbing, Excruciating, Confusing, Entertaining

See it if I would watch it again it was interesting

Don't see it if If it drags his feet


June 14th, 2015
"A parody within a parody within a parody. If that makes this hilarious comedy sound too intellectual, I’m not telling it right. There is mucho knock-down-drag-out silliness on stage—emphasis on the 'drag-out'...The entire cast is game and absurdly on target. Christopher Kenney’s direction barely...
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July 6th, 2014
for a previous production "The story, what there is of it, is slim...The merriment works out for all concerned by the final curtain, and prior to the lights coming back on, we in the sold-out audience were treated to the madness and mayhem of a group of talented satirists who had me hysterical for most of the evening...Wh...
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July 10th, 2014
for a previous production "The script and the cast, under the direction of Christopher Kenney, really capture the nuances of their characters and then completely blow them out of the water...Their performances are silly and over the top, but never disassociate themselves from the original characters...'Re-Designing Women'...
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April 25th, 2013
for a previous production "Morris bases his outrageously broad comedies on broads beloved as gay icons in movies and on television. 'Re-Designing Women' is the best so far, with a script as tight as Delta Burke's Spanx and a cast of actors who seem to have absorbed the essence of what made 'Designing Women' a hit....The a...
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