Claudine’s mother has it all: she’s wealthy, successful, and famous. Claudine is awkward, shy, and forever living in her mother’s shadow. When a dashing artist sweeps Claudine off her feet, her mother is convinced that all he’s after is her money. A modern retelling of the Henry James novel Washington Square, which became the stage and screen classic The Heiress, Rich Girl is a moving and funny new play about mothers and daughters, love and money, and whether they can ever coexist. The News-Herald called it “beautifully written – a thoroughly delightful entertainment!”
GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY
Leonard Hirsch, in memory of Elaine Hirsch, Jeff and Sheila Lipinsky and US Bank.
Running time: 2 hours, 15 minutes. There is one intermission.