Worth It!

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

A comedy with songs and multimedia.

Worth It follows Casey Dawning, a talented songstress, who’s content to sing back-up when life beckons her to take the lead! Raised to think penny-pinching is practical, her stinginess is spilling into unexpected areas of her life. When Casey stumbles into a "Bank of the Future", with vaults filled with conscientious cabaret singers instead of cash, she begins to question whether her self-worth is at the root of her net worth.
Written, produced and performed by Carla Delaney. Directed and developed by Jessica Lynn Johnson. A Hollywood Fringe Festival selection.

Reviews

Carla Delaney is a talent to luxuriate in; with a lovely voice, sharp comedic skills, and a persona that can fill a small auditorium. These praise worthy qualities are very evident in her one-woman-show Worth It!

sweet-sour - Ernest Kearney, The TVolution - ...read full review


Unfortunately, the script is of the typical “my miserable childhood led to my adult problems” scenario. It’s therapy where there is no therapist, just an audience forced to listen to the characters’ lamentations. Carla Delaney is a very talented performer and she effortlessly and swiftly makes her way through a myriad of characters in the show’s one-hour run time

sweet-sour - Rob Stevens - Haines His Way - ...read full review


Carla Delaney is a talent to luxuriate in; with a lovely voice, sharp comedic skills, and a persona that can fill a small auditorium. These praise worthy qualities are very evident in her one-woman-show Worth It!

sweet-sour - Ernest Kearney, The TVolution - ...read full review


Unfortunately, the script is of the typical “my miserable childhood led to my adult problems” scenario. It’s therapy where there is no therapist, just an audience forced to listen to the characters’ lamentations. Carla Delaney is a very talented performer and she effortlessly and swiftly makes her way through a myriad of characters in the show’s one-hour run time

sweet-sour - Rob Stevens - Haines His Way - ...read full review