Fresh on the heels of women's marches all over the world, David Lindsay-Abaire's comedy-drama highlights the breathtaking struggles of working-class women in the shadow of male privilege. The actors sometimes appear awkward, with clunky blocking and forced movement, but they get more into their bodies and emotions as the story goes on. With colorful characters and witty writing, the choices we all make in our lives reflect in the life of Margie as she struggles as a single mother. Worth a try.
— Review by Jon Reimer
Ongoing until Sunday, February 26, 2017