Dean Delgado would direct the comedy, the casting notice read. Playbill.com was not able to immediately find theatre credits for Deagle or Delgado.
The New York Times reported that Kirstie Alley (the "Cheers" Emmy Award winner and weight-loss spokesperson) is being sought for the production. "We hope to be able to confirm something in the very near future," said Jessica Berger of Sunshine, Sachs and Associates, a rep for Bass, the former star of the pop group *NSYNC.
"Set in the most exclusive department store in Los Angeles, this is an ambitious new comedy that revolves around the eight main characters dealing with the complexity of juggling double lives," according to the casting notice. " Put away those Othello monologues; this is cold, hard, broad comedy … farce, requiring brilliantly talented physical comedians. The show is dirty, the show moves fast, but there is a deep and intoxicating heart that pulses throughout. Love ain't cheap, but it sure is wonderful."