Idris Seabright is one demented dame. A 1950's Florida gargoyle with
a penchant for painting still lifes, no matter how her subjects must be
stilled, she's as handy with a hachet as a brush and as rich as she is ruthless.
Drop Dead Perfect, written by Erasmus Fenn and directed by Joe Brancato,
finds Idris torn between her ingenuous ward who has artistic aspirations, a well-endowed Cuban ex-con who may be her nephew, and her pill-pushing lawyer.
Idris and Drop Dead Perfect are back after last year's sold-out run for a strictly
limited eight week engagement.
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Running time is approximately 90 minutes with no intermission
"DIRECTOR JOE BRANCATO PULLS OUT ALL THE STOPS TO DELIGHTFUL EFFECT."
"THE FUNNIEST LINES AND MOST OUTRAGEOUS MOMENTS CAN'T BE
PROPERLY DESCRIBED IN A FAMILY NEWSPAPER."
THE NEW YORK TIMES
"EVERETT QUINTON, STILL ZANY AFTER ALL THESE YEARS,
CAN STILL KICK UP HIS HIGH HEELS."
THE NEW YORKER
"DROP DEAD PERFECT IS PLAYWRIGHT ERASMUS FENN'S FIRST PLAY,
AND IT IS A HOWL."
"A COMEDY THAT'S AS LIGHT AS A MOJITO AND AS SWEET
AS A FRESH SLICE OF KEY LIME PIE."
THE VILLAGE VOICE
"NO ONE GETS A FREAK ON—OR A FROCK—
QUITE LIKE EVERETT QUINTON. HE'S ONE OF A KIND."
THE DAILY NEWS
TIME OUT NEW YORK
"A DROP DEAD DELIGHT."
STAGE AND CINEMA
"FAST-PACED AND FUNNY, THANKS TO A STRONG ENSEMBLE AND
JOE BRANCATO'S LIVELY DIRECTION."