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comedy · broads' word ensemble · world premiere · United States of America

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June 15, 2016 certified reviewer

What I liked

I love me some feminist theatre and this show doesn’t disappoint. It is unafraid to call the industry out on all of it’s sexist BS and to challenge it’s audience to start making the change be it as a writer, director, casting director, actor, and even as a viewer. Mad respect for these ladies!

What I didn't like

My overall impression

I left feeling moved and empowered, what more can you ask for from good theatre?

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