Set at the Top Girls Employment Agency in London in the early 1980s, this groundbreaking, theatrical play tells the story of Marlene, an ambitious career woman who has just been appointed head of the firm. But as she celebrates her achievements, can we applaud her values? This bold and ingenious work from the singularly talented author of Far Away and Cloud Nine offers one of the theatre's most honest portraits of what it means to be a woman in the modern world.
Glass Ceiling, Meet Sisterhood (New York Times)
Though Sex and the City is drawing crowds, Top Girls got to the girl talk first.
Mary Beth Hurt, Mary Catherine Garrison, Jennifer Ikeda, Elizabeth Marvel, Martha Plimpton, Ana Reeder, Marisa Tomei
Author: Caryl Churchill
Director: James Macdonald
Producer: Manhattan Theatre Club
Press Agent: Boneau / Bryan-Brown
Nominated for 1 2008 Tony Award
Nominated for 1 2008 Drama Desk Award
- Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play - Martha Plimpton
- Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play - Marisa Tomei