Actress Astoria Bagg (Elisabeth Gray) has just landed the role of her lifetime: Understudy in the groundbreaking new Broadway show Twilight at Tiffany’s.
Episode 2 - Team Astoria
As Astoria (Gray) prepares to take on Broadway, the odds are stacked against her – none odder than her manager, gentleman of leisure, Darren Peeklay (David Pengilly).
Episode 3 - The Big Day
It’s lift-off as Astoria meets fellow cast members and the creative team behind Broadway’s Twilight of Tiffany’s. Visionary Norwegian and Director Knut Balke (Henning Hegland) delivers arousing speech— and rehearsals commence. Guest starring Mike Reiss (The Simpsons) and Murphy Guyer (House of Cards, The King and I).
Episode 4 - Carnal Knowledge
Norwegian director Knut inspires his actors of the Twilight at Tiffany's cast and warms them up with a taste of carnal knowledge.
Episode 5 - Fried Therapy
Astoria seeks some salve and wisdom from her "heart-holding" therapist, Dr. Eric Fried.
Episode 6 - Close to the Crack
Director Knut Balke leads the cast of "Twilight at Tiffany's" in a table read. For Astoria, the crack is closer than ever before.
Episode 7 - Table Manners
Astoria hosts her Hollywood legend grandmother (Elizabeth Ashley), grandma's boyfriend (David Rasche) and her Broadway diva mother (Alison Fraser) for a brunch to remember. There's no comfort like family.
Episode 8 - Hyde and Suck
World famous vampire impersonator Martin Ekhart (Richard Kind) gets the cast of "Twilight at Tiffany's" in touch with their inner vampires. The result's a scream.
Episode 9 - Lock Jaw
Having made her mark a little too emphatically at rehearsal, Astoria seeks the pampering care of her agent Clark Nugent and manager Darren Peeklay.
Episode 10 - Damage Control
Scandal rocks the cast of "Twilight at Tiffany's" as an innocent cucumber is misconstrued, director Knut Balke takes a "personal day", and the cast gets an unexpected new addition.
Episode 11 - ReFried Therapy
Astoria seeks out the wise counsel of her therapist Dr. Fried. He teaches her the importance of keeping her multiple personalities separate.
Episode 12 - Final Call
In the Season One finale, Astoria finally gets her chance to show director Knut Balke what she's made of. She shows him that and more.
EXCLUSIVE BONUS FEatures & INTERVIEWS
Director Knut Balke - Spiderman Eat Your Heart Out
Twilight at Tiffany's director Knut Balke talks up his play and offers some pithy Broadway wisdom.
Betty Buggett - Motherly Advice
Tony-award winner Betty Buggett offers advice on how her daughter Astoria might turn around her mediocre career prospects.
Agent Clark Nugent - Busting In to the Biz
Astoria's agent Clark brainstorms ways for Astoria to "bust" into the biz...
Dean Marsh - Knut is Calling for a Revolution
Director Knut's assistant, Dean Marsh, prophesies the dawn of a new age in Broadway theater.
Star of the Show Veronica Chassee - Meet Holly GoNightly!
Twilight at Tiffany's Leading Lady and underwear model Veronica Chassee bares all about her role and the transition from the pages of glossy mags to the Broadway stage.
Leading Man Craig Fogg - Gracing the Stage
"Twilight at Tiffany's" male star Craig Fogg, talks fame, Hollywood and his longing for the stage.
Adrian Noshy - Understudying Craig Fogg
"Twilight at Tiffany's" Male understudy, Adrian Noshy, shares his excitement at being under and studying.
Stage Manager Wayne Grits - Management Is Management
Former Prison Guard Wayne Grits applies his gritty wisdom to stage-managing Twilight at Tiffany's.
Actors' Equity Rep. Lilah Biggins - Health and Safety
Actors' Equity rep Lilah Biggs gets serious about health and safety in the rehearsal room.
Cast Member Shep Daly - Finding Your Inner Werewolf
Twilight at Tiffany's actor Shep Daly (Clem McIntosh) discusses how man meets wolf in his role of "Rabie the Werewolf."
Cast Member Paul Farks - Friend-Shep and The Wolves
"Twilight at Tiffany's" cast member, Paul Farks, discusses his role as "Foamy the Werewolf," and his close bond to fellow werewolf-actor, Shep Daly.
Cast Member Chip Smith - A Unique Experience
"Twilight at Tiffany's" cast member and veteran stage actor Chip Smith discusses rehearsals, vampire bars and peculiar ways of dying.
Therapist Dr. Fried - A Giant Bowl of Crack
Astoria's therapist, Dr. Fried, helps us see acting as the class-A drug it truly is.
Micah Stinn - Vampire Style
Editor-in-Chief at "Features of the Night" talks vampire style.