Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a classic romantic comedy/drama, written by Truman Capote in 1968, which has seen multiple adaptions on stage and screen.
The play - adapted by Richard Greenberg - is set in 1940s New York and narrated by Ash, a down-on-her-luck and uninspired writer. She reminisces about Holly Golightly, a girl in her building who disappeared however long ago. We follow Ash’s thoughts as Holly appears in her memories and we witness how she catapulted into her life. Ash is still trying to figure out who she is, and can’t seem to forget her, try as she might. The play introduces a wide cast of characters as each reveals a little more about the enigmatic, glamorous Holly.