Quality: the Shoe Play
Roxanne is the manager of Tremendulo boutique, one of the most exclusive shoe shops in the world. Pippa aspires to be her protégé helped only by her uncanny gift to channel customers shoe fantasies. A dark, comic struggle for power, Quality: the Shoe Play explores wealth, women, and the relationship between commerce and art.
The story of two women a mentor and her protégée as they attempt to navigate and conquer the world of selling high-end designer shoes. As these ambitious women discover what really matters in life, their relationship to each other, their company and their elite clients is thoroughly tested.
Bellingham TheatreWorks presents this taut black comedy by Vancouver playwright Elaine Avila, directed by Kayla Adams. Featuring actresses Brie Turoff Mueller and Jacki Campbell.
And what better place to produce a story about a shoe store than 12th Street Shoes in Fairhaven! Due to this intimate venue, seating is limited to twenty patrons, with the two actresses sometimes performing within inches of the audience
12th Street Shoes (View)
1204 Harris Avenue
Bellingham, WA 98225
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|