Corkscrew Theater Festival presents this dark comedy about female friendships and the art of magick. More…
TBH high school is very, very, very hard, especially if you're a witch. Liana, Naomi, Rachel, and Trina form a coven to cope with the pressures of being a teenage girl, like finding the perfect homecoming dress, locating a suitable familiar, and something more sinister—reporting sexual assault within the education system. Part of the inaugural Corkscrew Theater Festival, which aims to increase access to production opportunities for a varied set of early career artists.
See it if You want a show that's surprisingly much more than it appears at first glance. Topical and current with a funnny believable storyline.
Don't see it if You can't use your imagination a bit. They do wonders with a couple of tables and chairs but this is not about the sets or costumes.
See it if you enjoy a strong message through the eyes of high school female teenagers who speak their own language at a fast and loud pace.
Don't see it if screaming, hard to understand soft voices with competing background music and lots of quick action scene and light changes overtax you.
See it if You enjoy high school themed plot elements like popularity, cliques, underage drinking,. the coven elements just seemed like an afterthought
Don't see it if If you are looking for compelling plot or production value.. This was kind of low budge and amateurish.
See it if you are a teen girl from 13-17. good intentions with the premise but included a lot of nonsense that seriously detracted from the main story
Don't see it if 90' with no intermission. lots of unnecessary yelling and over acting. ALL OF THE GOOD REVIEWS ABOVE ARE FROM 1ST TIME REVIEWERS; NOT COOL.
See it if you enjoy seeing an energetic all-female cast address relevant issues such as high school sexual assault from a female perspective.
Don't see it if you're expecting a coherent, well-written play with reasonable inclusion of witch covens and less irrelevant distractions to main theme.
See it if you have a teen at home they will appreciate this play. Story surrounded rape of popular girl and how the experience changed her.
Don't see it if your male or older. You may not relate to the topic.
See it if you enjoy high school themed plays that combine humor and serious subjects and don't mind a less than perfect production.
Don't see it if You want to see a professional production and are not a fan of the combination of witchcraft, high school, and sexual assault.
See it if You want to take in art that will make you happy and laugh but will also soothe your rage towards these disgusting political times.
Don't see it if if u are a self-important theater-goer with bad taste - stuck in old ways and denying the new wave of storytelling and theatre/entertainment
See it if You want to see charismatic young women grapple with the difficulties of high-school friendships and supporting teen sexual assault survivor
Don't see it if you think teens swear too much or don't think kids can be funny while dealing with horrible things done to em
See it if You were/are a "Sabrina" fan, "Potter"-ite or other lover of magic, a teen girl, concerned with rape culture in the academic world, a human.
Don't see it if You hate fun? See it!
See it if you're interested in feminism, witches, and an incredibly real and witty take on the difficulties of high school
Don't see it if there isn't really a reason why you shouldn't see it
See it if You think teen girls are interesting people, and their lives and friendships struggles are worthy of great art
Don't see it if A script peppered with occasional millennial meme-speak is going to confuse you, you think sexual assault isn't a real problem in America