Sorority Boys

Last Updated on: October 18th, 2023

Sorority Boys (Touchstone Movie)

“Sorority Boys” is a comedy film released in 2002, directed by Wallace Wolodarsky. The movie centers around three fraternity brothers who, after being wrongfully accused of embezzlement, disguise themselves as women to infiltrate a sorority house and gather evidence to clear their names.

The story follows Dave (Barry Watson), Adam (Michael Rosenbaum), and Doofer (Harland Williams), members of the KOK fraternity at a fictional college. When their fraternity’s money goes missing, they are promptly kicked out and labeled as thieves. Convinced that someone within the sorority house is the actual culprit, the trio hatches a plan to go undercover as women and discover the real thief’s identity.

Dave becomes “Daisy,” Adam transforms into “Adina,” and Doofer takes on the persona of “Roberta.” The men don wigs, makeup, and feminine attire to blend in with the sorority sisters, leading to a series of comedic situations and gender-bending misunderstandings.

As they spend more time with the sorority members, the three former fraternity brothers gain insight into the lives of women and the dynamics within the sisterhood. They come to understand the importance of supporting one another and forming genuine connections.

While “Sorority Boys” offers light-hearted humor and comedic moments, the film also explores themes of gender, friendship, and breaking stereotypes. As the main characters experience the challenges of living as women and facing gender-related issues, they gain newfound respect and empathy for the women around them.

The film’s cast, including Barry Watson, Michael Rosenbaum, and Harland Williams, deliver amusing performances as they navigate the absurd situations and awkward encounters brought on by their undercover roles. Melissa Sagemiller, Heather Matarazzo, and Kathryn Stockwood portray the sorority sisters with charm and authenticity, providing a balance of heart and humor to the story.

“Sorority Boys” received mixed reviews from critics upon its release, but it has gained a following as a fun and entertaining comedy that pushes boundaries and challenges traditional gender roles in a light-hearted and comedic way. It remains a touchstone film for fans of college comedies and those seeking a laugh-out-loud experience with a twist of gender exploration.

Additional Details


  • Barry Watson: Dave/Daisy
  • Michael Rosenbaum: Adam/Adina
  • Harland Williams: Doofer/Roberta
  • Melissa Sagemiller: Leah
  • Tony Denman: Jimmy
  • Brad Beyer: Spence
  • Kathryn Stockwood: Patty
  • Heather Matarazzo: Katie
  • Yvonne Sciò: Frederique
  • Omar Benson Miller: Big Johnson
  • Mike Beaver: Big Fat Frat
  • Peter Scolari: Louis
  • Bree Turner: Tiffany
  • James Daughton: Dave’s Dad
  • Mark Metcalf: John Kloss
  • Stephen Furst: The Alum
  • John Vernon: Old Man
  • Brian Posehn: Haggard Alum


  • Director: Wallace Wolodarsky
  • Producers: Larry Brezner, Walter Hamada and Michael Fottrell
  • Writer: Joe Jarvis and Greg Coolidge

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