The Revolutionists revels in girl talk, 1789-style

A little liberté, égalité, sororité with Marie Antoinette and copains.

The main flaw in Lauren Gunderson’s The Revolutionists is not that it’s yet one more play about a playwright agonizing over her unwritten play but that its running gag is about how surely no one would ever want to watch a musical about the French Revolution. (Les Misérables was about the Paris Uprising of 1832.)…

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