Saturday, July 09, 2005

Menopause The Musical

As a week-early birthday gift to Donica, I took her last night to see Menopause The Musical, "a celebration of women who are on the brink of, in the middle of, or have survived The Change. It was created to be a 'grassroots' movement that deals with life after 40, with all the challenges that result in the mental, physical and spiritual freedom of over 20 million baby-boomer females. A parody of 26 relyricized '60s and '70s tunes, the production culminates with a high-spirited salute to every woman who has turned 50...I've got a new attitude!"

Unbelievable! It's worth every minute. If you know of any woman in your life who needs a good laugh (and the man who loves her who can laugh with her), please check out this site to see if there's a show near you. I'll personally pay for the ticket if you're disappointed!

Seriously, you had to see it to believe it! We almost died laughing, hysterically, for the entire 90 minutes. This photo of the Atlanta cast won't mean much to you unless you've seen them in action. It's a reminder to me of something we'll never forget.

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