The classic story of Holly Golightly, a country girl turned New York cafe society girl.
Stage adaptation by Richard Greenburg from the Novella by Truman Capote
Directed by Shaun Griffin
In autumn 1943, the unnamed narrator befriends Holly Golightly. The two are tenants in a brownstone apartment in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Holly is a country girl turned New York cafe society girl. As such, she has no job and lives by socializing with wealthy men, who take her to clubs and restaurants, and give her money and expensive presents; she hopes to marry one of them.
Holly likes to shock people with carefully selected tidbits from her personal life or her outspoken viewpoints on various topics.
Over the course of a year, she slowly reveals herself to the narrator, who finds himself quite fascinated by her curious lifestyle.
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Andrew Smith, Jessie Bailey, Robert Jackson, Lillian Alejandra, Glenn Rykenrapp, Charlie Young, Sophie Byrnes, Tim Prosser, Romano De Gois, Jake Dennis, Shaun Griffin and Rach Gilmour
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