by Elizabeth L. Fuller
April 28–May 15, 2016
During the New York hotel strike of 1985, the legendary and displaced Bette Davis was invited to a dinner party at the New England home of star-struck Elizabeth Fuller where she stayed…and stayed…and stayed. One month later, Elizabeth, her husband, and young son will never be the same. Based on a true story, this is a candidly funny account of trying to please the irascible queen of Hollywood. The language in this play is as saucy as Bette Davis.
“The story is delightful, the writing is entertaining, and what comes out of Bette’s mouth is priceless.” –New York Post