Great group of women. Funny and personable and able to roll with everything the audience threw at them. They are smart and they’ve put a lot of work and love and thought into the work that they do, and it shows.
What I didn't like
With improv, the audience is as much a part of the show as the actors. The venue at which I saw the show was a small room but a few of the actresses were very soft and hard to hear.
My overall impression
I loved it! One of their goals, stated at the top of the show, is to remove the stigma of mental illness. Each actor shared a bit of herself with the audience and from that moment on, actor and audience were a team. And mental illness and creativity are often very closely linked, furthering their mission. They made us laugh, and they made us remember their stories. If you need a fun show, check this out.