Tales From the Powder Room

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Fri Jun 28, 6:30pm
Sat Jun 29, 12:00pm

6 Vignettes about women in the workplace that happen to occur in the ladies room.

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Reviews

"This show takes you through all the feels. The vignettes explored touch on so many issues in women's culture today. I teared up, I laughed, my heart grew three sizes that day. Hats off for representing underrepresented communities and for telling so MANY women's stories."

sweet - Casey C Killian


"What a great show! A unique setup: Women employees go in and out of the company restroom (hence the name The Powder Room) giving us a glimpse of how they interact and what is going on in their lives. Plot-wise, there were enough surprises to make the whole thing go by in a flash, as we laughed, cried, coughed, and had our eyes opened. The entire cast was fantastic and really worked well together, with standout performances by Megan Olivia, Lara Helena, and the irresistible Davida Sal."

sweet - Gerry Karr


"I absolutely LOVED this production! I related so well to the characters and I experienced every emotion possible throughout the show. I am definitely going to see it again and I've already sent three friends to the site to buy tickets. Cheers and hats off to the writer, director, and cast! Davida Sal in particular was an extremely powerful and moving actress. Her character is so memorable! Bravo!"

sweet - Meagan Gillett


"Blown away by Robyn Migel's play yesterday! It is a must see, inspirational, especially in today's environment. Such an important message about the need for females to support each other rather than see and treat each other as rivals. There is plenty of success for everyone, and with the inequality of compensation where it is and the lingering sexism and ageism, the last thing we need to be doing is pulling each other down in any way. Hopefully, pieces like Robyn's insightful play will contribute to change. Acting was also outstanding by the entire ensemble. Megan Olivia, Sarah Siadat, and Sandi Milne were particularly memorable."

sweet - Juliette Olavarria


"Tales from the powder room was great! It showed the very real struggles that women go through every single day and had such an important message that women need to encourage and build each other up instead always tearing each other down. There were very honest and vulnerable moments on stage that as a guy gave me a glimpse into a woman’s perspective and made me think about how I can be better man. The women in this play did such an amazing job. Go see it! The acting was so natural. I especially liked Kamri Lin and Burgandi Phoenix’s scene. The message of their scene was not to tear each other down to get ahead. That women need to stick together. Strength in numbers. Kamri Lin was so natural in her moments. You could see her taking in the information from the actress across from her like she was living it for the first time. She took her time and responded honestly and with purpose. Really looking forward to seeing her in future projects."

sweet - Jared Hernandez


"Wow, what a great show, wonderful message about being there for other women, it was powerful. Stories from what goes on when women go to the bathroom in the workplace. I was teary eyed for the touching  performance by Kelli Fish who plays Cheryl and laughing hysterically for the virtuoso performance by Megan Olivia  who plays Krystal. Robyn Migel is highly talented and watching her show was such a treat. All the women came together and gave such an amazing performance, great job also to Sandi Milne, Kamri Lin, Burgandi Phoenix, Lara Helena, Davida Sal, and Sarah Siadat. Go watch this show!"

sweet - Anonymous


"This show takes you through all the feels. The vignettes explored touch on so many issues in women's culture today. I teared up, I laughed, my heart grew three sizes that day. Hats off for representing underrepresented communities and for telling so MANY women's stories."

sweet - Casey C Killian


"What a great show! A unique setup: Women employees go in and out of the company restroom (hence the name The Powder Room) giving us a glimpse of how they interact and what is going on in their lives. Plot-wise, there were enough surprises to make the whole thing go by in a flash, as we laughed, cried, coughed, and had our eyes opened. The entire cast was fantastic and really worked well together, with standout performances by Megan Olivia, Lara Helena, and the irresistible Davida Sal."

sweet - Gerry Karr


"I absolutely LOVED this production! I related so well to the characters and I experienced every emotion possible throughout the show. I am definitely going to see it again and I've already sent three friends to the site to buy tickets. Cheers and hats off to the writer, director, and cast! Davida Sal in particular was an extremely powerful and moving actress. Her character is so memorable! Bravo!"

sweet - Meagan Gillett


"Blown away by Robyn Migel's play yesterday! It is a must see, inspirational, especially in today's environment. Such an important message about the need for females to support each other rather than see and treat each other as rivals. There is plenty of success for everyone, and with the inequality of compensation where it is and the lingering sexism and ageism, the last thing we need to be doing is pulling each other down in any way. Hopefully, pieces like Robyn's insightful play will contribute to change. Acting was also outstanding by the entire ensemble. Megan Olivia, Sarah Siadat, and Sandi Milne were particularly memorable."

sweet - Juliette Olavarria


"Tales from the powder room was great! It showed the very real struggles that women go through every single day and had such an important message that women need to encourage and build each other up instead always tearing each other down. There were very honest and vulnerable moments on stage that as a guy gave me a glimpse into a woman’s perspective and made me think about how I can be better man. The women in this play did such an amazing job. Go see it! The acting was so natural. I especially liked Kamri Lin and Burgandi Phoenix’s scene. The message of their scene was not to tear each other down to get ahead. That women need to stick together. Strength in numbers. Kamri Lin was so natural in her moments. You could see her taking in the information from the actress across from her like she was living it for the first time. She took her time and responded honestly and with purpose. Really looking forward to seeing her in future projects."

sweet - Jared Hernandez


"Wow, what a great show, wonderful message about being there for other women, it was powerful. Stories from what goes on when women go to the bathroom in the workplace. I was teary eyed for the touching  performance by Kelli Fish who plays Cheryl and laughing hysterically for the virtuoso performance by Megan Olivia  who plays Krystal. Robyn Migel is highly talented and watching her show was such a treat. All the women came together and gave such an amazing performance, great job also to Sandi Milne, Kamri Lin, Burgandi Phoenix, Lara Helena, Davida Sal, and Sarah Siadat. Go watch this show!"

sweet - Anonymous