Spike Heels is described as provocative, razor sharp comedy. (Image from the Q44 website q44.com.au)
Multi-award winning American playwright and television writer Theresa Rebeck's Spike Heels is described as 'a provocative, razor sharp, comedy drama that explores the power play between the sexes, the American class system, feminism, sex, and the possibility of a four sided love triangle'.
A lusty, street-smart, secretary from the Bronx, a fastidious university professor, a prudish, upper crust rich girl, and a sleazy, aggressive criminal defence lawyer battle their way through the unintended consequences of their 'morally ambiguous' choices in this contemporary take on the Pygmalion classic.
Four people from distinctly different backgrounds make 'morally ambiguous' choices
The setting for the play is Boston, a happy ending is guaranteed, and there will be laughs aplenty.