The Players Theatre presents the New York debut of this song cycle conceived by Jaime Lozano as a tribute to the women in his life. More…
Inspired by his upbringing in a strong matriarchy, Lozano and nine female lyricists wrote songs that explore the unique challenges women face in society today on the journey to find happiness, love, and meaning in their lives. The themes of acceptance, hope, and friendship are universal reminders that no matter who we are or where we come from, our lives are all connected through the shared experience of womanhood.
See it if you prefer a Cabaret Act but not a play. and you like historical theaters. Many different styles of song. Some rising talent.
Don't see it if you were expecting a play. Seats are not staggered (from days of yore) Lead singer was replaced. Choreography needs help.
See it if you want to hear some new song writing with four talented singers.
Don't see it if bothered by loud piano over female voices that don't always harmonize on songs that lack something, added to mic troubles in stuffy theater.
See it if you enjoy off key singing. This show had potential. The songs had good lyrics, and the simple staging with chairs worked.
Don't see it if you enjoy good singing. The cast was so off key that it was painful to hear. With a good cast, this show about women's lives could be great.
See it if Like feminist issues.
Don't see it if Dont like hearing about some other people troubles.
Also The piano completely drown out some of the singer's songs.
See it if you enjoy song cycles and you want to experience four relative new comers to the New York theater scene
Don't see it if You expect creative lyrics or songs you'll remember once you walk out the door. No real storyline throughout the song cycle
See it if you are a fan of shows that are reminiscent of Songs for a New World, or you like all-female casts
Don't see it if You don't enjoy a song cycle about the female experience
See it if you need something to do for a girls nights out. Like shows about women's lives that don't get too deep.
Don't see it if you can't tolerate off key singing and sound system issues
See it if you are curious to see a production that needs A LOT of work. Songs were a mishmash with miscast singers.
Don't see it if you expect to hear the singing or want meaningful lyrics.
See it if you are willing to give this all-female cabaret show a chance; enjoy typical musical comedy songs about sisters, dating and diets
Don't see it if you expect something different; except for a few clever moments and nice staging with minimal props, this show is pretty banal