See it if enjoy an engaging and thoughtful performance.
Don't see it if you are expecting a straight fairy tale adaptation.
See it if You like to watch personal narratives that relate to your own life story
Don't see it if You are not ready for an emotionally charged evening of theatre
See it if you're excited about touching personal narratives and unexpected theatrical style.
Don't see it if you aren't ready to confront serious issues or deal with heavy topics at the theatre - not for those interested in "art for art's sake"
See it if you love to get your catharsis on in the theatre and/or if you just like plain-ole good acting. Jenny is STUNNING.
Don't see it if you don't like one-person shows. But, maybe still see this one anyway.
See it if You consider your life to be a confusing fairy tale, even if this play will not clear the confusion. You don't mind a lack of clarity.
Don't see it if You want to be captivated by a compelling and intense theatrical production.
See it if You like imaginative solo theater. Jenny's engaging, stylized performance makes the truth of what she's telling even more powerful.
Don't see it if You're expecting a straight up fictional fairytale.
See it if You appreciate exquisitely delivered monologues, don't need ambitious staging and enjoy thoughtful, relatable coming-of-age stories.
Don't see it if You require flashy impressive staging and aren't a fan of one-person theatre. Otherwise, do.
See it if you are drawn to personal narratives and artful storytelling.
Don't see it if all you want is something light and entertaining.
"An autobiographical tale of female empowerment, it’s told from too great an emotional remove, with more obfuscation than is helpful."
"A show that’s, by necessity, all about the performer. Luckily, Jenny Macdonald is committed and compelling as she shares her story. The narrative, though occasionally saggy, is etched in enough detail to offer the pleasure of a good yarn—or a relatable fable, complete with 'a queen, a princess, a devil, and the truest love'—but spare enough at the essential places to leave certain questions unanswered, ones that may well settle on you on your journey home."
"Macdonald is an agile, comedic, raucous actress who drags you along like a racing leprechaun in search of the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow…Joe Salvatore tells her story with his particularly glorious theatrical style. This collaboration has proved to be a great synergy between transformative truth telling and theatricality. The piece is beautifully imagined, perfectly executed, and crafted with wit and joy…We need more of these 21st century feminist fairy tales."