A solo show about an 8-year old Irish girl chronicling her story of love, beauty, chicken-chasing, daisy chains, cat-killing, French singing, and a day at the pond. More…
Proud Madeline was in the park that day with her shiny black shoes from a shiny green box. As she peddled through the park she took quick glances down to her feet deciding that cream tights were definitely the right choice; they did accentuate her raven black shoes. She was FREE, BRAVE, BEAUTIFUL, and she was ready to go back to school in a week and a half and show Johnno Boyle O’Connor how free and brave she really was.
See it if you were a weird little girl. There are parts of this play that are so relatable and ways Madeline is not like any other little girl.
Don't see it if you like precocious children cute and not more than a little scary. You are expecting a happy ending. It gets dark.
See it if you've been wanting to peek inside the mind of a young girl, a much too frequently overlooked place of whimsy and cleverness.
Don't see it if ...
See it if You like one woman shows and also if you like a show about a person's struggle
Don't see it if You don't like a show with one person or if you don't like small theatres