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Menopause The Musical, by Jeanie Lenders
Menopause The Musical
Tuesday, May 24, 2005
5.0
I have now seen this show in 3 cities and this cast is phenomenal!

From the moment your ticket is torn and you've found your seat, you will be tapping your toe and singing along to OUR MUSIC... the 60s, the 70s, the 80s!

These ladies take the concept of ACTING to a whole new level. The feeling is not that you are WATCHING a play, but more like you are RIGHT THERE in Bloomingdales, and EAVES DROPPING.

When the lights go down and the first scene opens, you soon realize you are AMONG FRIENDS as each character is revealed in this laughably honest, spoof embracing THE CHANGE.

This musical is more than a Lingerie Sale, Moodiness and Night Sweats.

The theatre is literally packed with women LAUGHING and CHEERING together. We completely SHARE in this moment with the Characters. We realize that we are TOGETHER, we are CHANGED, and we definitely have A NEW ATTITUDE.

Don't miss it! See it more than once. If you have the opportunity, take your mother or your daughter first; then, definitely take your husband or partner!




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