How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying Costume Rentals
Tracy Notes About This Show
The daytime business attire of the 1960's was hardly business-like, with its mini-length skirts on the secretaries, who are still intent on getting coffee for their boss, no matter how modern they look. We offer a black mini-version of the Paris original in a range of sizes (but not too large, please!). Request our Showplot™ for specifics.
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Boyish hero, J. Pierrepont Finch owes his advancement - from window washer to Chairman of the Board of the World Wide Wicket Company... not to hard work but to making others work for him. This story traces Finch's step-by-step back stabbing way up the corporate ladder. The show skewers such aspects of Big Business as nepotism, old-school ties, the coffee break, the office party, the yes-men, the executive washroom, and the boardroom presentation.