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39 Star Starred
St. Luke's Theatre
Between 8th and 9th Avenues 308 West 46th Street New York, NY 10036
212-239-6200
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But after the show we went to a fantastic restaurant , Sangria's same side of street about 4 restaurants down , Maritzio the bartender was awesome an entertaining have pull out fan for you
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The weather was Sunny & perfect!. I wore Jeans,comfy shoes.
Sistas the Musical
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4.8 average rating
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7 reviews
12 stars
attended Apr 19 2014

I went to see Sistah's the musical 2 weekends in a row! i loved it. but This saturday April 19th i went. I am a red velvet member and i was put in the last row. omg my guest is 5'3 couldnt see a thing and i am 6'5 and had a hard time seeing...continued

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2 reviews
2 stars
attended Jul 29 2012

A a male with an abundance of females family members, I thouroughly enjoyed this play, the portrait of the interplay between family members (SISTAS)as depicted in the play, and the selection of the music was thouroughy heart warming. Each person...continued

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0 stars
attended Apr 05 2014

"BIG THINGS COME IN SMALL PACAKAGES". THIS OFF BWAY SHOW TUCKED AWAY AT SIMPLE ST.LUKES THEATER HAS ALL THE POTENTIAL OF BECOMING A BWAY GEM !!! LIKE "IN THE HEIGHTS" DID SOME YEARS AGO. POWERFUL, INSPIRATIONAL, INTERACTIVE. WE LOVED IT !!!

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Website

http://sistasthemusical.com

Quotes & Highlights

" … a good-natured … evening with plenty of humor and some impressive voices." —The New York Times

Description

After a matriarch’s death, the women in the family clean Grandma’s attic and find love and old memories packed away, and in the process, hit tunes that trace the history of black women, from the trials of the 1930s through the Girl Groups of the 60s to the empowerment of the 90s. Songs include “Oh, Happy Day,” “Mama Said,” “I Will Survive,” “Tyrone,” “I am Not My Hair” and “A Woman’s Worth.” _*

Produced by three-time Tony winner Hinton Battle
Written by Dorothy Marcic (writer of Respect: The Musical, which has played in 20 cities)
Directed by Kenneth Ferrone