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The Ladies Room ()


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Follow Kitty's tale of needing a public restroom for a view of transgender equality as a major civil rights issue of our times.

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Winston Bischoff ...
Caring Customer
Billy Dimes ...
Father
Francesca Dimes ...
Mother
Naomi Hooley ...
Blonde Bar Patron
Anna Meyrick ...
Bully
Sarah Milligan ...
Candy Counter Girl
Kitty Morena ...
Kitty
Sean Sexton ...
Bartender
John Streicher ...
Roger
Kyle Wheaton ...
Box Office Boy

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Sunny Clark

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Sunny Clark ... (writer)

Produced by

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Sunny Clark ... producer
Anna Meyrick ... associate producer

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Nick Dolan

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Kai Tillman

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John Streicher

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Autry Carey ... special makeup effects artist

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Amina Kirby ... sound mixer

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Patricia Vazquez Gomez ... lighting

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Sunny Clark ... casting

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Naomi Hooley ... theme song: composed and performed by

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Taglines Sometimes you gotta go where nobody knows your name See more »
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Budget $3,500 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Most of The Ladies Room was shot on a micro-budget in three days during November 2012 on location in Portland, Oregon. Temperatures stayed below 35 degrees, prompting cast and crew to occasionally dance in the streets; they resorted to donning all of the miscellaneous clothing in their assembled vehicles to stay warm. Kitty's final indoor scene was written in February then shot in March 2013, casting Associate Producer Anna Meyrick, momentarily, into a whole new role. See more »

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