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Millennial Pink

ensemble theatre · grateful living · Ages 12+ · world premiere · United States of America

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June 11, 2018
tagged as: modern · comedy · female · feminism · workplace · dramedy

What I liked

I ultimately had a fairly clear hierarchy of favorite scenes, although all were interesting. My favorite, the second scene, Woman Who Lunch, was a shattering exploration of work ethic for women in business. All three actresses delivered strong performances and the cast’s only man had a fun interweaving caricature that ran through the scene at just the right moments.

What I didn't like

I thought the order of scenes could’ve been rejiggered maybe a little. Maybe even split the last scene into a bookending scene for whole show. It was an interesting and funny vignette but felt split up anyhow so might as well open and close with it’s two time-skipped scenes next time? Just a thought.

My overall impression

A well curated arrangement of independent scenes, all sharing themes built around the trials questions faced by modern women. Each of the four mini plays displayed their own stories and featured characters and actors that shined throughout. It was also very funny in parts where it wanted to be.

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