Review On An Excuse To Behave Badly

Matthew Robinson


A wonderfully written show with a real sense of authenticity. You feel like you know these women because they are so well drawn in such a short amount of time. A show that never gets too silly, nor too heavy it finds that perfect blend of realism and theatre antics to make you truly feel as if you are with these women on a wild night of partying. Jenni Halina along with Drea Garcia, Stephanie Sherry, Alex Owens-Sarno and director Kelsea Burke have a strong and talented command of dialogue and characters and their acting is top notch. I'd very much love to see a sequel with these women. SEQUEL PLEASE!