Set in a Catholic girls’ school, this world premiere comedy recounts the ripple effects caused by one student's decision to produce M4M2, a controversial sequel to "Measure for Measure." More…
"The Virtuous Fall of the Girls from Our Lady of Sorrows," inspired by Shakespeare’s problem play, is a comic exploration of teenage revolution in the face of petty authoritarianism.
See it if Some real good acting in this performance. A story that is not deep but humorous at times.
Don't see it if If you want a show that follows through on the plot lines. Disappointing story about girls going through maturity. Needs polish.
See it if Femia's Catholic school girl dramedy is far from 'catholic' with the usual yet amusing coming-of-age antics Lesbian love story well handled
Don't see it if Annoying that all characters have "baggage" as it muddies main theme of budding sexuality vs religious dogma Canter excels in adult roles
See it if you’d like to see a group of high school girls liberate themselves from an ethical code that makes no sense as they approach adulthood.
Don't see it if you do not want to see a pack of high school girls shred traditional ethics.
See it if really well rendered detailed on stage life impresses you. The issues that drive each character work to make a complex production.
Don't see it if you expect to see a teen take on Shakespeare's Measure for Measure which is supposed to be the source material for the student's project
See it if You are interested in a realistic portrayal of teen girls with all the messiness that entails.
Don't see it if You would be offended by frank discussions of sex, menstruation, religion, sexuality, cursing.
See it if You love characters that feel authentic. If you enjoyed The Wolves, you'll definitely enjoy this.
Don't see it if You're not a fan of stories about complex young women.