Gary Blumsack will direct Sexy Laundry, which officially opens Feb. 8 at the Hayworth Theatre. The production will run through Mar. 16.
Riml's comedy takes a look at the lives of middle-aged married couple Alice and Henry. "At that time in life when hard bodies have given way to spare tires, and romance has taken a back seat to more practical pursuits, Alice Lane [Fisher] has decided to get back in the drivers seat. She has borrowed 'Sex for Dummies' from the library and brought her husband, Henry [Victor], to the wildly overpriced L Hotel for the weekend. With wit and compassion, Sexy Laundry looks at love and marriage and making it work even when it seems broken," according to press notes.
Frances Fisher earned a Drama Desk Award for the American premiere of Caryl Churchill's Three More Sleepless Nights; she also originated roles in Elia Kazan's The Chain and Arthur Miller's Finishing the Picture. Her extensive screen credits include "Titanic," "In the Valley of Elah," "ER," "Boston Legal" and "Grey's Anatomy."
Vector has appeared on screen in "John from Cincinnati," "The Wire," "My Name Is Earl" and HBO's "Entourage."
Tickets are available by calling (213) 389-9860. For further information visit www.thehayworth.com. The Hayworth Theatre is located at 2509 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles, CA.