Storm Theatre presents a revival of the original (non-musical) dramatic adaptation of Colette's novel about love, marriage, and commerce. More…
Set in Paris at the turn of the 20th century, legendary storyteller Anita Loos dramatizes Collette's timeless tale of love and marriage...and commerce. Seven years before MGM presented the classic movie musical version of the same story, this comedic romance of a rich but weary bon vivant and an innocent would-be courtesan launched the career of Audrey Hepburn.
See it if You like a lite and romantic story. The stage, music and acting was wonderful. Loved the story. Great mother and daughter show.
Don't see it if Don't like a romantic story. It is more for Ladies.
See it if you've never heard the music and never seen the movie. I didn't enjoy the production's viewpoint, which resulted in changes to the original
Don't see it if want to preserve any wonderful prior experiences you've had with the show. There is some charm but did not like the changes made.
See it if You're nostalgic for the original film production and if you love Vanessa Hudgeons.
Don't see it if You are expecting a lot from Vanessa Hudgeons. She is good, but not fantastic.