For the Love of Tiffany

For the Love of Tiffany, an original musical with a book by Matthew Brookshire and Thomas Mizer, music by Curtis Moore and lyrics by Amanda Green (Bring It On), draws its inspiration from the trash, tragedy and triumph of women’s television movies. Stephanie, lost in a daze of temp jobs and unfulfilled potential, turns to Wifetime movies for comfort — until the day she finds herself living in the middle of one. Framed for embezzlement and on the run with the (possibly gay) man of her dreams, Stephanie’s only hope is the Queen of Wifetime Movies herself, Tiffany Jenkins.

Tiffany had a successful, sold-out run at the 2003 New York International Fringe Festival. The production starred Tony-nominee Nancy Opel (Urinetown) and featured music direction by Tom Kitt (Next to Normal).

“A smartly silly farce…” Wall Street Journal

“An elaborate and cleverly silly plot… Everyone, including the appreciative audience, leaves happy.” Backstage

Listen to selections from Moore & Green’s score at trickybox.com.