Noel Coward's Fallen Angels will mark the debut of GOTHAM RADIO THEATRE! This Coward romp first debuted in 1925 at the Globe Theatre with Tallulah Bankhead as it's star. Described as a 'fizzy comedy' and written at the height of his creative peak, Fallen Angels is fun and delightfully wicked. It's Coward at his best - gay, debonair and infinitely sophisticated. It demonstrates the style that keeps his work in demand on Broadway and theatre's around the world.
The comedy focuses on two steadfast female friends, who find that their relationship is pushed to the breaking point when a mutual ex-boyfriend visits. The charming frenchman and ex-lover creates jealousy and a competitiveness that leads to hilarity.