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"Raven's openness and honesty is what I appreciated most about her show…Raven is able to synthesize this all into her show using skillful impersonations and amazing physical comedy. While I found myself laughing and having a great time, the style of ‘Tales of a Sexual Tomboy’ isn’t entirely clear…The transition between genres doesn’t feel as seamless as I would have liked, and the show as a whole would benefit from a clearer purpose." Full Review
“Did I mention that this show is funny?...I found myself worried about her and how she could possibly live a life so controlled by this terribly inconvenient disease. I couldn’t feel worried for too long though because soon enough, she’d have me laughing again with an impression of herself waddling to her car clutching her butt...This show reminds us that it only takes a little humor to make a sweet show about one brave lady’s experience.” Full Review
"The 'moral' seems to be that it's the students who are the ones who really make a difference in the teacher’s life. But, as with so many clichés, there is truth to this: teaching and helping others can be rewarding. What’s harder to swallow is that Levy is doing a show about how she has found her true calling in teaching and no longer needs to act, a truth she communicates by, well, acting. Then again, perhaps Levy has found a way to have her cake and eat it too." Full Review