To The New Girl: Sound Advice for
My Husband's Wife or Mistress

A Full-length Play by Samantha Macher 


MAY 21- 23, 2021

Friday-Saturday @ 8 pm 
Sunday @ 2 pm
On Zoom, filmed live "on location"


To the New Girl, originally published in 2013, has also been adapted into a feature film that premiered in February 2020 at the iconic Chinese Theater in Los Angeles as part of the Golden Gate Film Festival. The show is made up entirely of monologues, its unique concept featuring eight women who are giving advice on the proper care and feeding of their now-former partners to the new significant others. The emotions expressed run the gamut from angry, bitter, and painful through wryly amused and pragmatic. Each here has been given her voice, her opportunity to be heard. 

See What Critics and Audiences Had to Say!

"‘To the New Girl’ gives us a sometimes humorous, sometimes warm, and sometimes terrifying look into the dissolution of relationships in modern society…Holliday’s monologue stands out as a wonderful blend of fine acting and excellent directing."

- MD Theatre Guide


"WOW! I’m so impressed with the way you’ve been able to lead this company through all kinds of challenges and changes, the tough subjects and raw emotions you never shy away from, and the incredible talent you bring to the stage - and screen. I’m always deeply moved and changed by a PMTC experience, which is exactly what I know you set out to do with the original mission. Kudos to succeeding, and another job very well done!"

- Kristin in Silver Spring, MD

"Mazel Tov!!! We absolutely loved your production and are sending along a whole bunch of congratulations…These ladies did such a terrific job and acted their parts so well.

- Jane & Marv in California

"Very well done…The actors were all excellent! Very moving! We truly enjoyed watching."

- Rita and Barry in Potomac, MD

"We wanted you all to know how much we enjoyed watching the PMTC production. All the performers were spot on, and the varied themes from comedy to pathos covered a wide range of emotions in a vary thoughtful manner. They were all terrific - kudos to all!"

- Nancy and Leon