Booze performed by Ana Gasteyer
Sugar performed by Maya Rudolph
Auntie Ana performed by Patti LuPone
Madeline performed by Rachel Dratch
Antoni performed by Tim Bagley
Dan performed by Brian Huskey
Jim performed by Oscar Nunez
Karen performed by Dylan Gelula
Manny performed by Richard Kind
Caleb, Military Man performed by Michael Cruz Kayne
Kyle performed by Branson Reese
Tommy, Scotty, Opening Ensemble performed by Casey Jost
Audrey, Opening Ensemble performed by Erin Anderson
Nicole, Opening Ensemble performed by Montego Glover
Judy, Opening Ensemble performed by Leslie Kritzer
Little Karen performed by Gianna Dennis
Little Kyle performed by Michael Marston
Little Caleb performed by AJ Jastrab
Litter Kid performed by James Bernard
Litter performed by Benjamin McGowan
Radio DJ, Opening Ensemble performed by Jim Santangeli
E.R. Nurse, Party Ensemble performed by Mona Mansour
Michaela performed by Sara Grace Welbourn
Party Ensemble performed by Franca Vercelloni
Narrator performed by Marc Vietor
Holiday Greetings from Sugar and Booze features music from Ana Gasteyer’s album sugar & booze, available now at sugarandboozealbum.com.
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Julia, a hip, downtown salesgirl at Pelham’s jewelry store, finds her social life turned on its head when she is asked to deliver a necklace to the store’s young heiress, Lell Pelham, on Lell’s wedding day. Beguiled by Julia’s earnest cluelessness and her vintage-chic vibe, Lell and her gang adopt Julia, and “Eliza Doolittle” her into passing as the heiress to a family fortune, just for a laugh. Dazed by the whirlwind of trust funds, pedigrees, Cosmopolitans, and penthouses in her new world, Julia is unprepared for the ardent advances of Lell’s husband—or the vicious claws her new “friends” develop when they decide Julia is an ingrate, and demote her from society goddess to penniless cling-on with one well-timed editorial. Suddenly, she must return the borrowed couture clothes and try to remember who she was before the body snatching took place. Hilarious and completely addictive, Wolves in Chic Clothing is a modern-day rags-to-riches-and-back-again fairy tale that will leave fans stamping their Manolo Blahniks for more.
The tale is told by O'Connor, a vivacious, free-spirited young journalist known for her penetrating celebrity interviews and bent on unearthing secrets long ago buried by the handsome showbiz team of singer Vince Collins and comic Lanny Morris. These two highly desirable men, once inseparable (and insatiable where women were concerned), were driven apart by a bizarre and unexplained death that may have cast one of them as a murderer. As the tart-tongued, eye-catching O'Connor ventures deeper into this unsolved mystery, she finds herself compromisingly coiled around both men, knowing more about them than they realize and less than she might like, but increasingly fearful that she now knows far too much.
Unfortunately, he has the wrong look (short, plump, Brillo-pad curls), he has the wrong interests (Broadway, chorus violin), and he has the wrong friends (Spencer, into Eastern religions, and Mary Ann, who doesn't shave her armpits). And Chuck? Well, he's not gay; he's dating Becky, a girl in chorus with whom Justin is friendly.
But Justin is determined.
In detention one day (because he saw Chuck get it first), Justin comes up with a perfect plan: to allow Becky to continue dating Chuck, whom Becky's dad hates. They will pretend that Becky is dating Justin, whom Becky's dad loves. And when Becky and Justin go out on a fake date, Chuck will meet up with them for a real date with Becky. Chuck's bound to find Justin irresistable, right? What could go wrong?
Seth Rudetsky's first novel for young adults is endearingly human, and laugh-out-loud funny, and any kid who ever aspired to Cool U will find Justin a welcome ally in the fight for popularity.
From the Hardcover edition.