No Pants in Tucson
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No Pants in Tucson
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No Pants in Tucson NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Clever, Entertaining, Ambitious, Great writing, Edgy

A subversive comedy about gender oppression set in the nineteenth century. 

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Absorbing, Entertaining, Ambitious, Clever, Edgy

See it if A whole lot fun, and crazy facts about laws that govern women's bodies... I learned a lot! Shocking, whacky, brilliantly put together.

Don't see it if You're against women wearing pants... like lawmakers in Tuscon were, once upon a time...

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Great writing, Funny, Clever, Entertaining, Ambitious

See it if You enjoy clever, relevant theater that tackles heavy subjects in a lighthearted and irreverent manner.

Don't see it if You are anti-feminist, anti-queer, anti-black or have preset notions of what theater should look like.

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