Written by the very funny Nora and Delia Ephron, six actresses portray over 28 characters that tell stories of their clothes and the memories they evoke. These stories are told in a unique theatre piece that memorializes everything from prom dresses, high heels, boots, bras, mother/daughter fights over clothes, and purses.
Here, Heather (played by Christine Miller) recounts a story of the difficult decision to wear heels, because they make your legs look gorgeous, or to wear flats so you can walk and think.
Christine Miller and Mary-Ann Maloof bond over shopping, as they prepare for their roles in Love, Loss and What I Wore.
Six North County actresses star in Wine Country Theatre's production of Love, Loss and What I Wore Pictured are (left to right) Dori Duke, Lindsay Taylor, Christine Miller, Mary-Ann Maloof, Kristen Saunders and Allison Bradshaw (front), seen laughing as they reminisce on getting their first bra. Clothes trigger memories and it is those stories, written by the very funny Nora and Delia Ephron, that are told in this unique theatre piece. Everything from prom dresses, high heels, boots, bras, mother/daughter fights over clothes, and purses are remembered in insightful, funny and poignant ways.