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

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Review by anonymous

June 13, 2016

What I liked

A series of scenes illustrating the problems woman face in the casting arena and how they bend backwards to conform to industry standards. Tara Donavan’s fast-change characters was amazing to watch. Lots of laugh-out-loud moments!

What I didn't like

Ironically, could have used a few generic male characters to play the baddies. It also needed a scene of women in a room waiting to audition; the bragging, the head shots convos, the sisterhood, and the cat fights.

My overall impression

A gifted and diverse cast of woman (as was the intention) illustrating the vast range of character type available to audiences. A MUST SEE!!!!!

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