Greedy CEOs and shady attempts to win government contracts. Studio Theatre’s “The Solid Gold Cadillac” is very good, and very “Washington.”
By Julie LaPorte
Greedy corporate CEOs. Shady attempts to win government contracts. A scandalous liaison between a politico and a mystery woman. Seemingly ripped from the pages of today’s headlines, The Solid Gold Cadillac tells the story of Mrs. Laura Partridge, a small stockholder who upends the business status quo and captures headlines as she changes the face of General Products forever. Written by comedic greats Howard Teichmann and George S. Kaufman and directed by Paul Mullins, The Solid Gold Cadillac is playing at the Studio Theatre through January 10.