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When attending this theater the bathroom lines in the theater can be long. If you walk across the courtyard to the conventions center you will find extra bathrooms open on the first and second floor where the lines are much shorter.
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Bring your own. Water was $4.00 per bottle
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"Menopause The Musical"
8 ratings
4.8 average rating
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attended Jan 19 2013

Fun,fast paced music with darling set of characters. So much that the audience could identify with, especially since we were all " Women of a Certain Age"!

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attended Jan 19 2013

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