Hysteria Theatre presents this new comic drama about two high school girls who learn about themselves and each other through rehearsing for their school play. More…
Allegra and Tara meet when cast as Frances Willard and Mary Bannister, two historical leaders of the late-1800s Women's Christian Temperance Movement who shared a very close friendship (and maybe more). Through rehearsals, sleepovers, and communions with Ouija boards, Allegra and Tara explore just how similar - and dissimilar- they are to Frances and Mary.
See it if you like coming-of-age stories. 2 HS girls, in a play as 1850s lovers, discover their own attraction. Clever dialogue, strong acting/staging
Don't see it if you are put off by same-sex attraction. It's handled intelligently, humorously, touchingly, & (most of the time) convincingly. A bit long.
See it if A coming of age play. A play within a play. Keeps your attention. Pretty lite of a show. It deals with students so most can relate.
Don't see it if It touches on lesbianism ,so if you don't like a show about that.
See it if You’re into productions that have two actors who switch playing several female interconnected roles
Don't see it if If you’re homophobic and cannot appreciate a coming out play.
See it if you enjoy a lesbian coming out teenage high school romance, with light humor, as well as touching sadness
Don't see it if you don't enjoy a slow-moving teenage lesbian high school romance, which brings in the supernatural.
See it if You enjoy a high school romance and some hilarious drama. Actors are very talentedHilarious dialogueWill captivate & make you a wee bit sad
Don't see it if You are homophobic
Also It was a little too long
See it if you enjoy a "rite de passage" drama - a sexual coming-of-age plot intriguingly told thru the device of a "play within a play" of sorts
Don't see it if you don't like to see school-girl characters parry & thrust as they find excuses to kiss, experiment, & wonder if they are lesbians
See it if You like coming of age stories, especially non-traditional ones (non-traditional in this case means lesbians, ghosts, and lesbian ghosts).
Don't see it if You don't care for the Sapphic set, the supernatural, or a genuinely lovely little high school romance that's impeccably acted and written.
See it if you like coming of age stories, esp. ones empathetic of teenage girls and all of their complexity, and don't mind a little magical realism.
Don't see it if you prefer loud, showy dramas, can't stand even the hint of magical realism, or prefer to feel hidden the audience of a large theater.
See it if you like queer stories, coming out stories, queer history, supporting female creators and actors, two-handers
Don't see it if you object to portrayals of homosexuality, don't like high school settings, don't like plays about plays