About the event
Written by a wide variety of writers, lyricists, and composers, this lively entertainment explores contemporary women. Although written in the 1990’s, the issues are sadly all too relevant 30 years later. The New York Times wrote that the show “Forgoes the meat cleaver for the ostrich plume and clearly would rather tickle a male chauvinist pig to death than hack him to pieces.” The music ranges from gospel to country western to rock to some glorious pop ballads, moving the audience from laughter to tears in a fast-paced montage. The show is rated PG13 as it includes mild adult themes.
The cast includes WSU School of Music faculty members Dr. Julie Anne Wieck, also director, and Dr. Lori Wiest, joined by voice majors Katherine Berndt, Anya Guadamuz and Sarah Daniels. Also performing are Elena Panchenko, piano, Nicholas Theriault, percussion and Jackson Bores, bass.
General Admission is $15 and tickets for Students/Senior Citizens are $10.