Award-winning team behind Gilligan's Fire Island & The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode premiere new sitcom parody.
June 10 - 21 at Baruch Performing Arts Center

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"A laugh out loud must see comedy." -- South Florida Gay News

"Hilarious... a hoot." -- Total Theater (Dallas)

"Sharply written… This isn’t Shakespeare, so once you accept the fact it’s based on an ’80s sitcom about shoulder-pad-wearing Southern belles, you can just sit back, relax and enjoy the show." -- San Diego Union-Tribune

"A delightful opportunity to cut loose, kick back, and enjoy gleeful, adult hilarity." -  -- Dallas Examiner

"A group of talented satirists who had me hysterical for most of the evening… Rest assured that, gay or straight, you are in for one helluva ride. I can't wait to see it again!" -- Talkin Broadway

BevNap Productions will present the New York premiere of RE-DESIGNING WOMEN by Jamie Morris, the twisted mind behind plays including “Mommie Queerest,” (LA Weekly Theater Award winner), “The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode,” “The Silence of the Clams,” and “Gilligan’s Fire Island". Directed by Christopher Kenney (The ThreePenny Opera on Broadway), this unauthorized original comedy parody celebrates one of the most beloved sitcoms of the 1980s. Performances run June 10 - 21, Wednesday - Saturday at 8pm & Sunday at 3pm at Baruch Performing Arts Center  (55 Lexington Avenue -- entrance on 25th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues). Tickets are $30 at 212-352-3101 or

In RE-DESIGNING WOMEN, a female-owned Atlanta-based interior design firm, plagued by the faltering economy, is on the brink of collapse. Things change when one of the sassy southern belles has an idea to save the business. She pitches a reality show to Andy Cohen, the hotshot producer from the BRAVO network, and soon, camera crews are following the zany antics of the four outspoken feminists, their ex-con deliveryman, and their daffy family friend. Fame and fortune quickly turn their world upside down as infighting and jealousy threaten to ruin their perfect sitcom existence.

The World Premiere of RE-DESIGNING WOMEN was originally produced by Uptown Players in Dallas and has been seen in Galveston, Ft. Lauderdale and San Diego. The production features the World Premiere Cast from Dallas' Uptown Players: Mikey Abrams, Kevin Moore, Michael B Moore, Jamie Morris, Chad Peterson, Darius Anthony Robinson, and Ashton Shawver. The production features costumes by Suzi Cranford, wigs by Coy Covington and photos/video by
Mike Morgan.

JAMIE MORRIS is best known for his parody plays “Mommie Queerest,” (LA Weekly Theater Award) “The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode,” “The Silence of the Clams,” and “Gilligan’s Fire Island.” He is also a writer for Cirque du Soliel’s “Zumanity” in Las Vegas where he lives with his partner of 16 years. When he’s not on the road playing Mrs. Garrett, Joan Crawford, or Hannibal Lichter in his own plays, Jamie is Father Mark in the long-running hit “Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding” at Bally’s Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

CHRISTOPHER KENNEY won the LA Weekly Theater Award as Best Comedy Director for his work on “Mommie Queerest,” and was named by Las Vegas City Life Magazine readers as “Best Local Theater Director” for his work on Jamie Morris’ plays. He danced professionally in the ballet for eleven years with 5 ballet companies including Ballet Oregon, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet and Ballet Chicago. His drag alter-ego “EDIE” has appeared with Roseanne on the MTV Video Music Awards, with Rosie O’Donnell on her 1000th show, and on “Sex and the City.” In 2006 he was cast in the Roundabout Theater’s Tony-nominated revival of “The ThreePenny Opera” with Alan Cumming and Cyndi Lauper. Since 2008 EDIE has starred as the “Mistress of Sensuality” in Cirque du Soleil’s long-running hit show “Zumanity” at the NY-NY Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. As the emcee of the show, EDIE has performed for over 3 million people.