Abrons Arts Center presents this New York premiere solo show that offers spectators a ringside seat to a blood-pumping revenge tragedy and intimate tribute to lost love. More…
Once a championship boxer, Dee Crosby was taken down in her prime by her own husband. Now that Charlie is freshly released from prison for her attempted murder, Dee is hell-bent on revenge, no matter the cost. But only Dee's true love, Carmen, can provide her with redemption. Featuring pulse-pounding cinematic design and an original rockabilly score.
See it if Champion lady boxer grapples with life after her attempted murder. Will her desire for revenge or love win out? Unique staging & musicality
Don't see it if You wouldn’t like a non-linear solo virtuoso performance. Confusing tone matches the struggle of the character. Some violence and nudity.
See it if you like not knowing what’s coming next, unfamiliar subjects (this doesn’t resemble any boxing movie I know of)
Don't see it if you need to feel confident that you’re reacting appropriately
See it if This production is highly energetic. The actress impeccably tells her story,shifting from boxing, to singing or videotaping herself.
Don't see it if You don’t like one person shows, great singing and acting or is homophonic.
See it if you are drawn to staged versions of real-life stories that chronicle a person's struggles and victories. Suli Holum as Deb is mesmerizing.
Don't see it if you dislike solo performances, multimedia productions and stories that involve emotional pain.
See it if Like a tone poem of a play -- it's a one woman musical about violence. Really interesting use of video and documentary footage.
Don't see it if Felt like sort of a wash, the experience of watching it was much like the closed circuit televisions. I felt emotionally cut off from it.
See it if you like inventive staging and storytelling, affecting stories and strong solo performances.
Don't see it if solo performances are not your thing, you prefer a more linear plot, or you are uncomfortable with homosexual themes.
See it if You enjoy performance art multi media style shows that are basically one person shows (actor and camera operator). Topic is relevant.
Don't see it if You want a smooth easy to follow show with a clear narrative from start to finish. Some high points like the singing help this along.
See it if you want an experience that effectively uses multi-media to create an additional dimension of meaning, raising the bar on use of technology.
Don't see it if you don't like one woman shows and prefer linear, traditional story lines
See it if you enjoyed the film "Million Dollar Baby" & a female's boxing career arc. If you like solo shows, non-linear plot, multi-media enhancements
Don't see it if you don't like plays with lots of flashbacks or edgy domestic violence themes or a bi-sexual protagonist who misses her first girlfriend.
See it if You enjoy one women shows with a complex story of love, abuse and overcoming challenges. Physical, mental and emotional ride through life
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy 1 women show, mixed media performance or portrayed physical violence