for a previous production "Seidel is a tough New York City chick with amazing, real stories bursting out of her kick-ass leather jacket...Candid and charming. Her unabashed delivery...is mixed with both reminiscent teenage excitement and the self-awareness of maturity. The cast of characters she creates in her travels are fun, quick and colorful, and Seidel handles the transformation from one to another well...The direction by Lillis guides Seidel with ease through her transitions of time, place, and characters." Full Review
for a previous production "Seidel’s easy-going style and personality shine as she pulls the audience into the story, seamlessly slipping from one character to the next...Each one had a distinct style, speech pattern, and posture, being so fully formed that I could almost smell the hay, whisky, and perspiration on one and the grease, manure, and aqua velva on another. My only issue with the show is that running at a brisk 60 minutes...I was left wanting more of the story...A delightfully twisted way to spend an evening." Full Review
for a previous production "Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll take center stage in a one-woman play...The play exhibits an incredibly strong and exciting script that is fast-paced and keeps the audience wanting more. Overall, Seidel's acting was strong, but there are times when her performance falls flat. However, these moments should not deter one from watching the play since the story is truly one-of-a-kind." Full Review
See it if Amazing, energetic performance by Felicity Seidel. The crazy true story kept me engaged throughout the show. Amazing piece of rock history!
Don't see it if You don't like simple staging or one woman shows. Also if you don't like cursing or talk of drug use.
See it if You are interested in the story of a brave girl who grew up on the streets and later became the girlfriend of Bob Weir. Well acted!
Don't see it if You are offended by sex, drugs, and live on the streets.
See it if If you like the 60s, 70s, and 80s. If you were a fan of the Dead and all that went with them. If you enjoy one women autobiographies.
Don't see it if If you are looking for a big stage show.
See it if Enjoy solo shows. No bad seats in venue.
Don't see it if Hour not sufficient entertainment value. Inconvenient venue. Superficial skim of relationship leaves viewers short changed.
See it if you remember the era of drugs, sex and rock & roll. The plot covers these three and more with some wonderful projected photos.
Don't see it if you want a full evening of entertainment. This is only an hour long - A really groovy fun hour!
See it if you are okay with a one-woman show, where you are taken on a journey from growing up to her wild days with Weir and others.
Don't see it if you are expecting laugh out loud moments and something more than a detailed monologue of an interesting life.
See it if You want to know about an interesting and engaging life of one woman. You like the 60s gangsters LSD and Wyoming. All in one
Don't see it if Your adverse to one woman shows. You’re looking for a moral
See it if This prod. Has a great potential if Felicity’s pause a little longer between caracters & ad voice tone that can differ from her own
Don't see it if If u don’t like one woman shows
See it if you want a fun one hour romp through one woman's drug and sex fueled youthful years with only her rock star boyfriend for adult guidance.
Don't see it if you are looking for substance, more than anecdotes of her adventures, if you want intimate details of life on the road with the Dead.
See it if one unparented teen drama-laden life story interests you. Well done in intimate environment.See If convenient to fill 1 hour in fun LES
Don't see it if want depth,substance or any meaningful take-away.
See it if ... you enjoy personal stories. This is a real life Almost Famous, as told by Penny Lane. Script could be better. I'd want to hear more
Don't see it if ... you don't enjoy personal stories about rock stars and drugs.
See it if you have more than a passing acquaintance with 80s drugs, sex and music, especially the Grateful Dead — you'll find a lot to relate to.
Don't see it if you've had your fill of memoir-type, solo-performer shows that are a little shy on content and stagecraft.
See it if you're interested in quick look at one woman's life in the fast lane of drugs and rock n roll.
Don't see it if you want to see a show of substance, not a copy of many others' similar problematic lives
See it if you like real-life solo storytelling, you grew up in the 80s, you want to reminisce about teen drug use & rock 'n roll living
Don't see it if you don't like small fringe theatre, no set, disappointing video/visual effects. Overall lacks emotional depth, played for shock value
See it if You like one-person, anecdotal, memoir-style theatre. A rebellious youth, lived on the wild side.
Don't see it if you're looking for something more universal, with more of a takeaway than a series of interesting anecdotes.
See it if You’d like to hear a personal story of excessive use of drugs, sex, rock & roll. One act/person play wt different characterization.
Don't see it if You do not like a lot of swearing, cursing, drug abuse, hear the story of underage girl touring wt a rock band, small theatre.
See it if you love strong female writers and performers doing their thing! Felicity Seidel is one to watch - a real presence on stage!
Don't see it if you ... don't like sex, drugs and rock and roll. Or having fun at the theater.
See it if You enjoy interesting woman shows. You like New York characters and rock and roll history.
Don't see it if You want a traditional theater experience with a classical story arc.
See it if Great show! Exciting story, Felicity is a very high energy, exciting actress. Crazy off the wall stories about the Grateful Dead! Must see!
Don't see it if You don't like cursing or the rock n roll lifestyle.
See it if you like solo shows with a strong female lead, exciting script, and fun cast of characters. A lot of energy, and great acting, must see!
Don't see it if you don't like solo shows.
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