The world premiere production of a new play by Lily Houghton about the dangers of commercializing millennial femininity. More…
From the show:
Normal Ave and Leigh Honigman present the world premiere production of "of the woman came the beginning of sin and through her we all die," a dynamic new play by Lily Houghton about the dangers of commercializing millennial femininity. The play follows Bluebell, Sweet Pea, Pumpkin and Bleeding Heart, four femmes bound together by their workplace, a windowless basement occupied by Free People. Allegiances are formed and spells are cast in this hilarious, poignant and topical take on how we navigate femininity and expression in a political and economic climate that are constantly at odds with each other.
See it if You have a friend in the cast. You like flowery/poetic text.
Don't see it if You want action. There’s limited, confusing plot/narrative. Mainly quirky text signifying nothing.
See it if you have a friend in the cast, want to support a young female playwright and predominately female cast
Don't see it if you want a play that really has something to clearly say; I can see what the playwright was trying to do, but something was missing
See it if you like subtle messages, good writing, refreshingly different drama
Don't see it if you only want to see traditional drama, musicals or are not interested in something that requires a bit of thinking