This show is a brilliantly devised theater piece about iconic literary women characters who are ripped from their storylines and thrust into a common space together. The concept alone is captivating but to see all three of these women fully embody their respective characters and all occupy the same space together on stage is nothing short of magical. Lolita the young fiesty girl who has had to deal with more than she ever should’ve in her short life, Daisy the socialite who consistently finds herself trapped in relationships and situations she cannot seem to escape from and Ophelia the suicidal, hopelessly devoted and confused young woman all come together to tell a surprisingly uplifting and feminist tale about how we all deserve to have a voice in this world.
What I didn't like
The only thing I wish there was more of was the middle part of the show where there’d less dialogue and all the girls are running around experiencing each others “worlds.” That movement piece was stunning and I felt like it could be more lived/flushed out – for the next time you put this piece up. :))) but I also saw it on preview so I’m sure you all already did some of that naturally!
My overall impression
This is one of my favorite shows at this years Fringe. It’s devised so beautifully. The story it tells is poignant and topical and unfortunately necessary in today’s society. This show needs to be put up again or extended!!