Good Ol’ Girls
Good Ol’ Girls – Theater Review
A musical about love, loss and laughter which celebrates childhood through old age with big hair and bigger hearts.
This is five very talented women and four very talented band members who sort of tell the story of I guess every good ol’ southern charmers in about 90 minutes with about 20 songs, and if you like country music and if you like women of a certain age kind of singing and dancing and yupping around, you’ll enjoy this. I really did. I thought that this is very much like girls night out, except it’s with songs that are original and country and kind of fun, so I give this one — it could have helped with a little bit more scenery, but this was a fun evening since everybody at the show seemed to have a good time. In the basement, it’s called a black box, it only holds 65 seats and it’s at 111 West 46th, and apparently you have to get the tickets on line. You can’t buy them at the box office. It’s not inexpensive, but it is really fun. So, four stars for Good Ol’ Girls.