Jake's Women opened on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theater on March 24, 1992, and closed on October 25, 1992, after 245 performances and 14 previews. In 1996, the play was made into a TV movie starring Alan Alda.
Neil Simon's Jake's Women is about a novelist named Jake, who is struggling to save his marriage. During the course of the play, Jake talks to many women about their own perspective on his relationship, in an attempt to gain insight. Some of these women are real and some are hallucinations, as Jake suffers from psychosis. Jake's first wife, who was killed years earlier, is among the women he talks to in the play. This play is a comedy with a witty take on modern relationships.
Adam Bansley as Jake
Kate Leverton as Maggie
Nadine Patchin as Karen
Layla Duvall as Molly (at age 12)
Alli Buckets as Molly (at age 21)
Peggy Woodward as Edith
Emily Duvall as Julie
Lindsay Dombkowski as Sheila