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Girls Together Always

ensemble theatre · davisacts · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America

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DANA JULIAN certified reviewer June 03, 2016
Terrific!... full review
DAVID HARPER certified reviewer June 04, 2016
Great stories, expertly written.... full review
CHARLOTTE DEAN certified reviewer June 11, 2016
tagged as: Girls · rape culture · short story
This is a moving, well written, wonderfully performed show. Check it out. You'll be glad you did!... full review
HARRY DURT June 04, 2016
tagged as: powerful
If you know a woman, this may help you understand her a bit better.... full review
SUSAN SANFORD certified reviewer June 04, 2016
tagged as: funny · smart! · poignant · surprising
I'd see it again. The audience was really into it and my friends thought it was fabulous, too!... full review
JESSE CORDER June 06, 2016
It's great to get the female expression in our male dominated media these days.... full review
Someone once said, "Being a man in this world seems to be akin to growing up in a room with red walls and red furniture, but one day leaving and being asked to describe the color red." After seeing this play I learned a bit more about how to describe the red room that is the world around me.... full review
MICHELLE HOHN June 07, 2016
The show did a great job of storytelling from the woman's perspective, a much needed thing still in this day and age. ... full review
ANONYMOUS June 08, 2016
Worth the time. I wanted to stay and see it again.... full review
LEAH LERNER June 09, 2016
What an incredible voice booming through this piece! It's like a fierce coming of age, time traveling tapestry with one badass woman at the center. But make no mistake - this is no chick flick imposter. It's a really impactful collection of stand-alone points in time in this person's life that make you want to know more, to know her, to be able to grab just a bit of her spark and moxie. A really impressive debut from a unique and bombastic voice. More, please! ... full review

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