Commonwealth Theatre’s “Church Girls” Gets 4 Star LCT Review
Posted On August 3, 2013
Panelists for the League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) have recognized the Commonwealth Theatre’s Church Girls with a 4 star review.
The ladies of the Umatilla Second Christian Church Women’s Auxiliary League are getting together to produce their annual Mother’s Day Pageant, and after the chaos and calamity it brings out less than ‘saintly’ behavior. The result is Heaven sent hilarity!
Panelists wrote, “brimming with sassy, brassy, campy, and just plain eccentric women all played by men. They play multiple women and men with breathtakingly quick changes and spot on character changes. The girls will win you over during the hour and 50 minutes you’ll spend with them.” “Big broad fun… A lot of very witty gags and engaging characters, full of belly laughs.”
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