Director Scott Elliott found himself in charge of a whole gaggle of estrogened stars in The Women, including the littlest one, Hallie Kate Eisenberg, best known for a series of amusing Pepsi commercials featuring her lip-synching to the voices of a mafioso, cowboy, etc. In Clare Booth Luce's The Women, Kristen Johnston stars as Sylvia Fowler, the most cosmopolitan and conniving of the play's many distaff schemers, gossips and cheats. Purportedly a good friend to Mary Haines, the virtuous and suffering wife played by Cynthia Nixon, Sylvia nevertheless talks endless dirt about her pal, who is in danger of losing her husband (never seen) to the cheap and flashy shop girl Crystal. Filmdom's Jennifer Tilly plays the vulgar counter jumper. The Women plays at the American Airlines Theatre through Dec. 30.