Menopause The Musical Washington DC – 2014 Concert Schedule
Called the "hilarious celebration of women and
the change," Menopause the Musical has become a worldwide sensation. Starting its humble beginnings in Orlando, Florida, Menopause
The Musical has since toured all over the world, and this hilarious show is bringing its wit and charm to a venue near you.
With menopause-themed songs staged to classic hits from the 60s, 70s, and 80s, you and your girlfriends will be crying with
laughter and dancing in your seats as the talented cast displays in hilarious detail the troubles of menopause. What better
way to have an entertaining time with your friends? Come join the millions of other women who've experienced the hilarity
and camaraderie of Menopause The Musical. Visit StubHub today to get your tickets to see the show as it comes to Washington,
D.C. But don't wait – Menopause The Musical tickets are sure to go fast and you don't want to miss out on the fun!
About Menopause The Musical Washington DC
The hilarious show Menopause The Musical made its debut on March 28,
2001 in Orlando, Florida, with an original cast that included Shelly Browne as the Power/Professional Woman, Patti McGuire
as the Iowa Housewife, Pammie O'Bannon as the Earth Mother, and Wesley Williams as the Soap Star. The Kathleen Lindsey-directed
musical presented menopause with a sense of humor, and featured the cast of four women singing songs about hot flashes and
chocolate cravings while shopping for lingerie in a department store. With songs like "Stayin' Awake" and "Puff, My God I'm
Draggin'," women couldn't get enough of this laugh out loud musical that pokes fun about the "great change."
The Musical was written by Jeanie Linders, who set out to attract menopausal women, a group she felt was neglected by the
mainstream. Menopause The Musical enjoyed successful Off-Broadway runs, and spawned a number of various productions across
the country, including Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, and Boston. Within just a few short years, the success
of Menopause The Musical had crossed international borders, and productions started cropping up all over the world, including
in South Africa, South Korea, the UK, Philippines, New Zealand, Malaysia, Italy, Israel, Canada, and Australia. Menopause
The Musical has now visited cities from nearly every corner of the globe, and it has been performed for over 11 million people.
notable performers have lent their talents to Menopause The Musical, including Megan Cavanagh, who played the role of the
Iowa Housewife. Megan Cavanagh is best known for her role as Marla Hooch in the film A League of Their Own. Other notable
performers include Paige O'Hara, who voiced Belle in Disney's Beauty and the Beast. O'Hara played the role of the Soap Star
in the Las Vegas production of Menopause The Musical. Stand up comedian Judy Tenuta and 80s pop star Cheryl Baker have also
appeared in the show.
Menopause The Musical Washington DC Breakthrough
Menopause The Musical was pretty
much an instant hit when it made its debut in Orlando. The Off-Broadway production officially opened on April 4, 2002 and
played until 2006, after more than a whopping 1,500 performances. Menopause The Musical continues to tour all across the United
States and the rest of the world, attracting women from every stretch of the globe. With its humorous jabs at the difficulties
women experience during menopause, fans just can't get enough of this hilarious show. From Australia to South Africa, Menopause
The Musical has women from all over the world flocking to the theater in droves to check out this uproarious show.
Menopause The Musical Washington DC Trivia
Did you know that Menopause the musical contributes funds to help
fight ovarian cancer?
Menopause The Musical has been known for its contributions to fight ovarian cancer, and they even
created a national fundraising tour. The production also helps to raise awareness about menopause related illness, and the
Jeanie C. Linders Fund was established to collect donations at each performance.
of your favorite pop songs from the 60s, 70s, and 80s styled as menopause-related tunes, Menopause The Musical portrays all
of the ups and downs of menopause in hilarious fashion. From hot flashes to insatiable cravings, Menopause The Musical covers
it all as the four-woman cast sing and dance onstage. As the curtains draw back and the lights dim, the theater will come
alive with laughter and music, as you and the rest of the audience delight in all of the humor that Menopause The Musical
has to offer. By the end of the performance, most women feel as though it is more than just a show, but rather a sisterhood
of women who can sympathize with one another about the great change in life. Come join the millions of women from around the
world who've taken part in the Menopause The Musical experience. Visit StubHub today to get your tickets to see Menopause
The Musical in Washington, D.C.