The production has moved into the tech phase, with the first show in two days in Boston. Derek is already stressed with all he has to do to get the show ready, which is not helped by their leading man giving immediate notice since he got another job. The easiest thing to do would be to bring Michael Swift back. Although Julia is at home with Frank trying to repair their marriage, Michael back in the show may throw a wrench into those repairs. Julia and Eileen have a standoff on the issue, Julia who threatens to quit if Michael returns, while Eileen still figures that bringing Michael back is the path of least resistance unless Julia does make good on her promise. Derek and Rebecca seem to have a new professional understanding, which Ivy takes to mean that they are embarking on a personal relationship. Beyond the emotional loss if Derek is indeed carrying on with Rebecca, Ivy has to brace herself for whatever professional strategic loss that means specifically for this show. Meanwhile,...
Did You Know?
[to Karen and Ivy
Okay, during the extended fun of Mambo, you two will stand either side of her, take a glove each, and remove it... gently.
What, we're taking her gloves off for her?
You heard me. Do it!
The 20th Century Fox Mambo
Music and lyrics by Marc Shaiman
and Scott Wittman
Performed by Uma Thurman
and the cast of Bombshell See more