This world premiere is a spectacle with music that takes on the picaresque story of Eliza Lynch, who, through fate and machination, became the self-proclaimed “Empress of Paraguay” in the mid-19th century. More…
In collaboration with the Paraguayan folkloric dance group Ballet Panambí Vera, The Drunkard’s Wife creates a complex and fragmented portrait of La Lynch through live music and dance.
See it if Wildly theatrical, dramatically dense, non-linear & determinedly whimsical Sherwood's style is an acquired taste Fab fashion parade mid-show
Don't see it if Can be slow, infuriatingly ambiguous & just stupid/silly but also intelligently rigorous & historically perceptive It's love-it or hate-it!
See it if You are bored and willing to nap for 85 minuets...The only good part here is the colorful elaborate costumes and 5 minuets of happy dancing.
Don't see it if You like theater
See it if you like strong, female leads Juliana Francis Kelly was wonderful; she nailed the role and emotions. Costuming was fun and colorful.
Don't see it if you are looking for a musical theater experience. Also, the plot is very twisted so you need to pay attention.