Lady LiberTEASE

Solo Show · living up to your laurels and soaring solo studios · Ages 10+ · United States of America

one person show world premiere
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JO DELLAPINA certified reviewer August 25, 2021
tagged as: timely · topical · important · original · Engaging · educational · smart
Brilliant, original and educational... full review
JANE EMERY certified reviewer August 25, 2021
Fabulous. Incredible historical facts combined with current issues of feminism and social justice. Kirsten has a beautiful voice!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 24, 2021
A beautiful mix of education and talent... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer August 12, 2021
This was a great study of history and how it shaped America. This information is so wanted and needed right now.... full review
AZO SAFO certified reviewer August 08, 2021
This was such a wonderful, smart play. We are introduced to Columbia, the goodness of America. And I must confess I didn’t know anything about Columbia, but after watching this play, I feel a little smarter. Kirsten is such a great performer also and she has so much energy that constantly keeps you engrossed in the story she is telling. And, there’s also a sing-along, which I absolutely enjoyed. ... full review
STEFANIE WILSON certified reviewer August 07, 2021
Kirsten Caplan is a dynamic storyteller. In 90 minutes, she takes her audience on a gripping ride through her own exploration of race and racism in the United States and the legacy of white supremacy that permeates the country and our own souls. To use Kirsten's own words, she her play is a testament to her own hard work and heart work. Kirsten, using her trademark charm and honesty, invites the whole audience into exploring our own work to do. ... full review
DAVID MACDOWELL BLUE night tinted glasses certified reviewer August 21, 2021
tagged as: hope · promises · History · music · entertaining · topical
Lady LiberTease is about the personal fallout of Trumpelstilskin's election to a California drama teacher who is also a wife and mother--one who felt (as so many did) profound shock not only that this man (of all people) was elected President, but that the Republican Party swept the into control of both houses of Congress. She had been desperately hoping in November 2016 to see the first woman President of the United States, that (as she put it) her ceiling would be her children's floor. In her emotional tumult, she accidentally summons Columbia, the little remembered "Goddess of Liberty" invented by the Founding Fathers to serve as an icon of unity. Columbia is the statue of freedom atop the Capitol Dome in Washington DC, as well as t... full review