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Charmed Life (Urban Stages)
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Charmed Life (Urban Stages) NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Entertaining, Great singing, Ambitious, The final robe costume worth the price of admission, too bad there was no story to go with it?, Delightful

Award-winning soprano takes you on a musical journey from her hometown to stages across the world.

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Entertaining

See it if You like someone who sings arias from Carmen, soul , and Broadway music very well. come 30 minutes early to hear delightful piped music.

Don't see it if You don't like singing.

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The final robe costume worth the price of admission, too bad there was no story to go with it?, Indulgent, Slow, A one hour audition for the met?, Great singing

See it if "A Charmed Life" should add (Mostly) to the title because the Diva's story did include a dear friend lost to AIDS. Somehow, no #BLM moments?

Don't see it if Not an Opera fan? And if so, U better like CARMEN cause a good chunk of the show is dedicated to it. Casting peeps for The Met call 4 comps?

Critic Reviews (2)

July 16th, 2021

"It’s a stellar performance and a feel-good message that are well worth the wait...Everything about 'Charmed Life' more than lives up to its name – it’s nothing short of magical, and will leave you feeling optimistic and smiling."
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July 16th, 2021

“I’ve always felt I’ve lived a charmed life,” Lori Brown Mirabal says a couple of times in the play, though she never really embellishes on what’s made it so. Still, you can’t fault her for her positivity, and it’s extra-admirable considering her profession is the one that gave us the term “prima donna.”
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