Best known for her role as aloof supermodel Liberty Baker in the ITV drama 'Footballers’ Wives,' Oruche, now in her 40s, has started to question who she really is. Spending more than two decades of her life taking on other people’s identities—first as a New York fashion model and later as an award-winning TV actress—has taken its toll.
See it if You want to see a one person show about her life-I think. She plays all the characters but not very well so when she tells HER story-great.
Don't see it if You want a coherent story. As she switches from character to character it's often hard to tell who/when/why. Story is lost.
See it if Interesting portrayal of black woman's experience in modelling/TV. Impressive performance of many roles. Struggle to find self.
Don't see it if She is judgmental and angry, often without being funny. Frequent character switches are hard to follow. Venue was hot and stuffy.
See it if You want to hear some insight into the world of modeling and Phina's journey there. You want to be sucked into her world and enjoy the ride.
Don't see it if You are not interested in a one woman show about her trials and tribulations. You are not interested in her modeling and personal career
See it if Charming, lovely, multi-talented, Phina auto-bios a succession of almost-famous successes that eventually leave her stranded.
Don't see it if Unfortunately not compelling enough for a one-woman show. Story lacks a driving engine.
See it if you want to experience something different, this is a autobiographical monologue of the actor's life.
Don't see it if You have a hard time following multiple characters and are expecting a big stage production.
See it if You like solo shows and think that every person should transform put their life story into theatre piece
Don't see it if You're claustrophobic
See it if A one woman show that explores the identities a black women was required to play for a white male society. An outstanding performance mate.
Don't see it if you like 'Love Island', Bake Off or are Everton fan.