Menopause The Musical Finds Humor in "The Change"
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Step into the enchanted world of Disney, with a twist, in Beauty and the Beast, Jr., where child actors ages 5-18 step into the roles made famous by the animated movie. This show features original music from composers Alan Menken and Howard Ashman, plus new songs contributed by Tim Rice. You and your family will be transported to the heart of a quaint French town, where the beautiful and intelligent Belle yearns for something more than her provincial life. When her father becomes lost in the woods, he seeks shelter in an old castle but is soon taken captive by the master of the house -- a horrible Beast. Belle surrenders her freedom to save her father's life and, by taming the Beast, teaches him the meaning of love. This enchanting story is for the young and young-at-heart alike. Learn More
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Menopause, The Musical was hilarious!! I was actually seated next to a man and he was chuckling and clapping also. The women in the audience howled. The 4 actresses were superb; each playing their roles to the hilt. I especially loved Tina...continued
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“Bring the waterproof mascara because you’ll laugh so hard, you’ll cry. With humor and compassion, writer, producer, and lyricist Jeanie Linders has captured the experiences of every woman in her 40s and 50s.” —chicagocritic.com
“Linders’ humorous new lyrics coupled to old favorites provide a good laugh. When the show ended, the entire audience was still clapping their hands to the final number, yelling and letting out whoops of approval.” —Daily Californian
“‘My Guy’ becomes ‘My Thighs,’ ‘I’m Sorry’ transforms into ‘I’m Flashing,’ ‘The Great Pretender’ laments brain collapse, and ‘A Sign of the Times’ is ‘looking in the mirror and seeing my mother.’ Get the picture? It’s hilarious, good fun and the perfect destination for a girls’ treat out. (Judging from their guffaws, the handful of guys in the audience were enjoying it, too.)” —Baltimore Times-Herald