Already closed | 1h 45m | West Village

Ultimate Beauty Bible

From 16 member  reviews
Members say: Great acting, Funny, Entertaining, Quirky, Absorbing

About the show

Page 73 presents the world premiere of Caroline V. McGraw's dark comedy about sex, death, accessories, city life, friendship, and lipstick—all the essentials for a fascinating existence. More…

Danielle, Lee, and Tiffany have scaled the masthead of "Crimp" magazine, gaining access to the best the city has to offer—nightlife, men, and the beautiful baubles showcased in every issue. But when workaholic Danielle is forced to face her mortality, she begins to wonder what it's all worth. Questions of romance, sex, ambition, and loyalty spin Danielle and her friends out of control as they consider the possibility of life without each other.

1h 45m | Already closed | New Ohio Theatre (West Village)

November 7th, 2016
"Wry and artful...Under Brackett’s spirited and astute direction, McGraw more fully develops her relationships...There is one major misstep in the play, a series of monologues from a callow editorial assistant...These precious homilies stall the action...Elsewhere there’s a tendency to punch up l...
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November 4th, 2016
"McGraw gives us plenty of material to chew on, but it's difficult to pinpoint how all these characters and ideas jell into a cohesive thesis. There are lots of questions, mercifully few attempts at answers, and a few head-scratching moments when you wonder how this all relates to something title...
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