Theaterlab presents Christine Renee Miller's solo show chronicling an actor/yoga teacher's day from hell, which begs the question: Is the hustle for tomorrow worth anything if you can't survive today? More…
The heroine in 'Such Nice Shoes' is just trying to make a living. But this is New York City. Over the course of the day we see our protagonist bomb an audition, run late for appointments with rich yoga clients because of delays on the MTA, give money to the homeless, and receive devastating news from her doctor.
See it if it's a funny, well acted show with profound and tragic moments
Don't see it if you hate one-person shows (though Christine Renee Miller does a GREAT job)
See it if you want to be entertained by an incredibly moving, hilarious, touching, original, personal, relatable piece of theater.
Don't see it if you don't like laughing or having feelings.
See it if you appreciate the telling of one's personal experience that will resonate with you.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of personal stories and going on a journey.
See it if You appreciate a mega talented writer, actor , and mimic. Heart-felt and hilarious I loved it.
Don't see it if You prefer staying an anonymous member of the audience. (The actress is big on direct eye contact as she tells her story. It's charming.)
See it if you love New York, great theater and brilliant acting.
Don't see it if you have no sense of humor, hate immigrants and people of color, enjoy Fox News and Rush Limbaugh, and plan to vote for Trump.
See it if Wonderful show - lays bare the travails everyday New Yorkers go through in the rat race to survive. Honest, poignant and funny - go see it!
Don't see it if ...you don't like the subways(lol)
See it if An exciting, funny and touching performance. The work is so personal and everything so specific. Marvelous job!
Don't see it if Don't even think about not coming to see it. Get your self in here.