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She The People
She The People

She The People
UP Comedy Club
Thru - Jun 2, 2019

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Around The Town Chicago- Highly Recommended

"...The Second City continues to do what they do best, make people laugh, and laugh, and laugh some more, with a new edition of last year's hit - and all-female - revue, "She the People". This version is titled "She the People: The Resistance Continues" and I think it might just be funnier than last year's revue. From the first snicker to the last guffaw, this revue scored a ten on my hilarity scale. Get tickets soon, you'll love it!"
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Carol Moore



Chicagoland Theater Reviews- Recommended

"..."She the People" must be a very satisfying experience for the actors. Performers and spectators are on the same page from the revue's first moments and the crowd willingly accepted even the weaker material. The result is a love-in between the cast and the viewers. The material is pointed but never mean spirited and certainly nothing that would make the males in the house feel uncomfortable. Indeed, it might be a profitable learning experience for the men as they observe the exploration of issues that mean much to women but comparatively little to guys. If there is a moral to the show, it's that being a young woman in today's society can hard work. But it helps to have a sense of humor, on both sides of the footlights."
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Dan Zeff



Chicago On Stage- Highly Recommended

"...This is a raucous, crude, pointedly political, outrageously gut-busting show, and this cast is clearly having a heck of a time delivering it. And with so much new material they are ready for people to come for a second or third time. The chances are that, even if you've seen it before, you'll lose yourself in laughter this time around. And in an era in which women are still struggling to be viewed as equals while the government continues to actively seek to control them, laughter is about as important as it ever has been."
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Karen Topham