Proving that a great show is always in fashion, Love, Loss, and What I Wore has become an international hit. With its compulsively entertaining subject matter, this intimate collection of stories by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron celebrated an accomplished two-and-a-half year run in New York’s Westside Theatre. Love, Loss, and What I Wore is based on the best-seller by Ilene Beckerman as well as the recollections of the Ephrons’ friends. The show uses clothing and accessories and the memories they trigger to tell funny and often poignant stories that all women can relate to, creating one of the most enduring theatergoing experiences domestically and overseas.
Eve Plumb started her television career at age 6, appearing in TV shows and commercials before her role as “Jan” on The Brady Bunch. Many TV shows and movies followed including Fudge, That 70s Show, The Bradys, Little Women, and Dawn. In 2010, Eve moved to NYC and has been appearing on stage ever since. Off-Broadway appearances include: Miss Abigail in Miss Abigails Guide to Dating, Mating and Marriage, two runs of Love, Loss and What I Wore; and Unbroken Circle. Regional Credits include: Same Time, Next Year (Surflight), Crazy for You (Riverside Theatre), and the upcoming Plaza Suite (Judson Theatre Company). Recently TV credits include: Law and Order: SVU and Army Wives. Her latest film Blue Ruin won awards at Cannes, Marrakech and a dozen other film festivals. Eve is also an accomplished painter whose work can be seen in galleries across the country.
Daisy Eagan is the youngest actress ever to win a Tony for her work in The Secret Garden (Drama Desk and Outer Critic Circle Award nominations). Other stage credits include Les Miserables (Broadway), James Joyces The Dead (Broadway), Love, Loss, And What I Wore (NYC and first national tour), Be Aggressive, On the Mountain, A View from the Bridge, The Wild Party (LA Weekly Award, Best Supporting Actress in a Musical). T.V. and film credits include The Mentalist, Without a Trace, Ghost Whisperer, Numb3rs, The Unit, Losing Isaiah (Paramount), Ripe (Trimark), Tony n Tina’s Wedding (Green Street Films).
Concetta Tomei’s Broadway credits include Cyrano de Bergerac with Kevin Kline, The Elephant Man opposite David Bowie, Goodbye Fidel and Noises Off. Her other New York credits include The Clean House at Lincoln Center Theater (East Coast premiere); the original cast of Tommy Tune’s Cloud Nine; Fen directed by Les Waters; the original cast of The Normal Heart opposite Brad Davis; A Private View at The Public Theater; and Richard III (St. Clair Bayfield Award). Concetta has also appeared at Alley Theatre, American Conservatory Theater and the Mark Taper Forum. Her film credits include Deep Impact, Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, The Muse and Out to Sea. Her television credits include “China Beach,” “Necessary Roughness,” “Providence,” “Weeds” and more than 50 others. Concetta is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and Chicago’s Goodman School of Drama (Sara Siddons Award).
Ashley Austin Morris’ career as an actress and comedian began off Broadway, performing in the hit Die Momma Die opposite Charles Busch and other shows, including Love Loss and What I Wore. TV: The Good Wife, Desperate Housewives, Ugly Betty, I Just Want My Pants Back, The Big Bang Theory, and more. Ashley can be seen daily on the Emmy Award winning series The Electric Company playing Francine Caruthers, Ashley also is the voice of Francine on the hit spin off cartoon Prankster Planet. Feature film roles include Art Machine, Generation Umm with Keanu Reeves, and Premium Rush with Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Also a stand-up comedian Ashley can be seen performing in clubs and theaters across the country. Ashley recently performed stand up on AXS TV GOTHAM LIVE. To get stand up dates and locations @ashaustinmorris on twitter. Ashley is one of the only Actors in NY to have never been on Law and Order.
Nancy Giles has been a contributor to the Peabody Award winning CBS News Sunday Morning since 2002 where she delights viewers with her witty, timely social commentaries. Her work on “Sunday” has been honored with an Emmy Award and two “Gracie” Awards from American Women in Radio and Television and the Alliance for Women in Media. She’s also voiced her opinions on shows like Melissa Harris-Perry, Hardball With Chris Matthews, All In With Chris Hayes, Up With Steve Kornacki, The Today Show and Showbiz Today. On television, Nancy was part of the ensemble cast of China Beach and Delta Burke’s sitcom Delta (both on ABC-TV), and was the announcer and co-host of Fox Television’s cult morning show, Fox After Breakfast. She had small (but crucial) film roles with directors like Clint Eastwood, Penny Marshall, Mike Nichols, Woody Allen and Kevin Bacon, in such films as: True Crime, Big, Working Girl, New York Stories, Loverboy, Superheroes, Joshua and did an excellent job of playing herself in the documentary Before The Music Dies.
May contain some adult themes
Student Rush tickets will be available the day of the performance for $25 per ticket, limit two per valid student ID, when purchased in person at the Box Office.