Why See Under My Skin?
Under My Skin is an uproarious comedy from the couple who co-wrote the hit TV series, "The Nanny" as well as "Who's The Boss?" The play premiered at the Pasadena Playhouse and now moves to the Big Apple to the Little Shubert Theatre!
The Off-Broadway production stars Tony Award-nominee Kerry Butler alongside Matt Walton in the two lead roles, and is directed by Kirsten Sanderson.
Under My Skin tells the laugh-out-loud story of successful but arrogant businessman Harrison Baddish (Walton) and shrill working single-mother Melody Dent (Butler) who switch bodies, thanks to the help of a rather clumsy angel.
The old adage "Walk a mile in another man's shoes" is taken to a whole new level as they begin to experience each others lives first-hand and find a lot more than just a new perspective along the way.
The story takes place in the healthcare firm where Harrison is the CEO, a setting the play uses as the basis for its light social commentary on the healthcare system.
Previews from: 5 April 2014
Opening night: 8 April 2014
May not be suitable for audiences aged 16 years and under
One hour and 45 minutes, including intermission
And before you stop reading
Images used are from the Pasadena Playhouse run and as such do not reflect the cast for this production
Cast and Creative
CastKerry Butler as Melody Dent
Matt Walton as Harrison Baddish
Megan Sikora as Nanette
Allison Strong as Casey
CreativeDirected by Kirsten Sanderson
Written by Robert Sternin and Prudence Fraser
Scenic Design by Stephen Dobay
Costume Design by Lara de Bruijn
Lighting Design by Driscoll Otto
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