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.
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?
"Her voice, initially a tad forced, becomes clearer, more confident and full as the evening progresses buoyed by her enthusiastic telling of her life story."
"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."
“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.”