Menopause The Musical Finds Humor in "The Change"
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The last date listed for Menopause The Musical was Thursday June 12, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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One of Gilbert and Sullivan's least seen but most timely operas, Utopia, Limited comes to the Montgomery Theater in a fully staged production. A perfect satire for our post-Citizens United, post-Wall Street-bailout world, the show lampoons unscrupulous corporations and the laws that encourage their skullduggery. Chock-full of characteristically catchy tunes by the masters of Savoy opera, Utopia, Limited takes jabs at imperialism, corporatization of public institutions, and the scandal-prone royal family. In his 1893 review, Bernard Shaw raved, "I enjoyed the score of Utopia more than that of any of the previous Savoy operas." Learn More
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I loved the show - loved that there were only four main characters with very distinct personalities AND I could relate to everything they sang about.
I especially loved how they used recognizable show tunes and sang their own relevant lyrics. ...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“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