Queens Girl In the World
Queens Girl In the World

Queens Girl In the World NYC Reviews and Tickets

(27 Reviews)
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Great acting, Absorbing, Entertaining, Funny, Great writing

A look at a young woman’s journey of self-discovery at the onset of the Civil Rights-era.

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Member Reviews (27)

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901 Reviews | 221 Followers
Resonant, Edgy, Great acting, Ambitious

See it if If you want a show of a woman's journey through civil rights.

Don't see it if Could have been more indepth. Solo show.

694 Reviews | 212 Followers
Inspiring, Great acting, Funny, Resonant, Touching

See it if Solo performer reenacts her adolescence, friends & parents in middle class Queens. I was transported to her wide-eyed world & loved the ride

Don't see it if You wouldn't enjoy a bio where one performer plays all the parts, or the perspective of an intellectual black teenage girl in the 60’s.

573 Reviews | 117 Followers
One woman show, Absorbing, Funny, Entertaining

See it if Young lady growing up in Queens, her experiences good and bad.

Don't see it if If you want a big stage and large cast Read more

352 Reviews | 55 Followers
Masterful, Great writing, Great acting, Enchanting, Ambitious

See it if you want to see an actress and a play whose performance and words will long me ringing in your ears after you leave the theater.

Don't see it if you are not a fan of one person shows as this master actress plays all the characters -making each character as memorable as the next. Read more

191 Reviews | 20 Followers
Relevant, Intelligent, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if You enjoy one person shows. Besides the very interesting staging Felicia Curry does a wonderful job playing several people authentically.

Don't see it if You enjoy comedies or plays with many actors performing

157 Reviews | 23 Followers
Relevant, Great writing, Great acting, Clever, Absorbing

See it if You enjoy well done social issues by a great writer and a great actor. The play offers a clear look into the life of a black woman comng of

Don't see it if You do not like one woman shows or plays that deal with social issues.

89 Reviews | 12 Followers
Absorbing, Masterful, Great staging, Great acting, Ambitious

See it if You love good story telling, want to see a master playing multiple characters, like one person shows, appreciate a good coming of age show

Don't see it if You don't like one person show, shows dealing with racial/social issues, off-broadway shows, coming of age tales. Read more

83 Reviews | 11 Followers
Resonant, Indulgent, Slow, Thought-provoking, Absorbing

See it if Felicia Curry is the dynamic, compelling pulse in this drama of a girls journey into womanhood during the nascent civil rights movement

Don't see it if Drama is a little inert until the events of the civil rights movement come into play in the young girls life Her awakening fuels the show

Critic Reviews (2)

April 11th, 2022

Whether frenetically dancing, rhapsodizing over Nancy Drew, fretting about when she’ll wear a bra or reacting horrified upon learning about sex, Ms. Curry performs with the verve of Lily Tomlin in her prime. Curry’s rich portrayal of Jaqueline Marie Butler captures the wonderment of childhood amidst harsh realities and the physical and emotional upheavals of adolescence. A matter-of-fact confession that Jaqueline has been molested is a chilling highlight.
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Front Row Center
April 22nd, 2022

"The life of Jaqueline Marie Butler (Felicia Curry), a.k.a. Jackie or Jack, is presented from the stoop of her house at 2933 Erickson Street, Queens, from pre-puberty through adolescence into adulthood in the exceptional one-person monologue 'Queens Girl in the World.' Set to the music of Motown, the audience was mesmerized while Curry transformed herself into a litany of characters, taking on mannerisms and voices of people who influenced and shaped her life from the early 1960s to the civil rights movement during that decade."
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