Presented by Emerging Artists Theatre, the production is directed by Melissa Attebery. Performances continue through March 7. Wallace, who was also seen in the original productions of Gypsy and Sweet Charity, is joined onstage by Amy Bizjak, Nick Mathews, Thomas Poarch and Karen Stanion.
"She's a famous ice sculptress and scion of the Sacramento Carstairs dynasty," read Chiselers press notes, "and everyone wants to know what really happened the night Margo Carstairs' husband was stabbed to death in a meat locker. Mark Finley's sequined, big-haired, padded shouldered comedy points fingers and names names!"
In a previous statement director Attebery said, ""After speaking with Marie, I had a feeling that she was going to be a perfect fit for the role of Beverly, so I was anxious for her to meet Mark. When she left the room, Mark just smiled, wide-eyed. She was the one. Working with her so far has been a dream, and we haven't even had our first rehearsal! We feel so lucky that she decided to join us!"
The design team comprises Tim McMath (sets), Jenny Granrud (lighting), Meredith Neal (costumes) and Kristyn Smith (sound).
Show times are Thursday-Saturday at 9:30 PM.
TADA Theatre is located at 15 West 28th Street, 2nd Floor, between Broadway and Fifth Avenue. Tickets, priced $18, are available by calling (866) 811-4111 or by visiting www.eatheatre.org.