See it if you would like to see a young woman's coming of age story set in 1890s Paris
Don't see it if you might be uncomfortable with a story of prostitutes and the violence their male clients sometimes.inflict
See it if you want to hear a unique theater voice engage difficult material in an innovative way with fascinating, satisfying results.
Don't see it if you are expecting slice-of-life naturalism or if the thought of 90 minutes in a fin-de-siecle Parisian brothel makes you queasy.
See it if You want to see a play that has a chance of going to the big leagues!
Don't see it if You can’t deal with some pretty devastating things that happened to a 13-year-old 100+ years ago
See it if You want to see talented actresses give you a glimpse into the souls of real women surviving in a brothel in the 1800’s.
Don't see it if You don’t like cleavage or sex or if seeing women being abused makes you squeamish. And the abuse is barely even PG-13-ish, so don’t worry.
See it if you want to explore the feelings of a young, coming-of-age woman in a 19th century Parisian brothel. You do not mind constant scene changes.
Don't see it if you need perfect sound: some soft voices, some over-the-top voicing, dream music overpowering dialogue and acoustics of the room.
See it if You have much patience for an interesting story dramatized in a broad way. Subject is important telling the story of a child in a brothel.
Don't see it if It was so hot in the theatre - if you can't tolerate that heat, don't even go. Perhaps it was a bad night for the A/C. The acting is spotty
See it if You love a good female driven story about a young girl coming to age. The aesthetics are beautiful and the actors are invested.
Don't see it if You’re easily triggered by violence. (But I must say, the violence that does happen is very brief and is extremely tastefully choreographed)
See it if You appreciate french culture and history, you like abstract theater, realistic searing performances, love stories
Don't see it if Big trigger warning, the play has an attempted-rape scene and another abuse scene, and french phrases are peppered throughout the play
See it if You want to be completely absorbed and taken into the world of late 1800s France. It was all-consuming -- I can't stop thinking about it!
Don't see it if Because it's so real, it can be triggering. Especially if you're a victim of sexual or emotional abuse.
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