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Written and Directed by Stephanie Thorpe
Wendy: Katie Wilson Claire: Tara Erickson Staci: Courtney Merritt
With Beth Fisher as Anna
Director of Photography: Zoe Van Brunt Assistant Camera: Andrew Pauling
Edit, Music and Sound Design by Robb Padgett
Very Special Thanks: Marilyn Anne Michaels Bonita Gutierrez Lara Fisher
Special Thanks: Andy Wells David Nett Derrick Abrenica Jared Hoy Jeff, Lance and everyone at The Mime Jim McMahon Jo Bozarth Linda Anderson Matt Miller Matt Smith Michael Lane at Monk Space Rick Clifton Steve Silverman
Produced by Avi Glijansky, Steven Lekowicz and Robb Padgett
Executive Produced by Tanya Ihnen and Stephanie Thorpe
---------- One night. One L.A. club. Two bathrooms. 40 stories.
From the creators behind "Life from the Inside," "The Further Adventures of Cupid and Eros" and "ElfQuest: A Fan Imagining" comes "The Ladies" and "The Gents," 2 new companion comedy web series!
Peek out from behind the mirror and get a glimpse of all the crazy, funny and ridiculous things that go on in the bathrooms of a douchey Los Angeles club over the course of a single night. Shot in one take with no cuts or edits, each episode is like sketch comedy meets one-act play. Only with less Pinter.
Still need some convincing? Well, do you like the comedic plays of David Ives, Steve Martin, Christopher Durang, John Patrick Shanley, Noel Coward and Oscar Wilde? Are you a fan of smart and wacky sketch comedy like "Portlandia," "Key and Peele," "That Mitchell and Webb Look," "Upright Citizens Brigade," "Human Giant" and "Mr. Show?" If you said "Yes" to any of the above then we are really very confident you will find "The Ladies" and "The Gents" well worth a watch. Go on, give it a try. We'll wait.