By Andrew Andrews
Wickedest Woman is Lohman’s story, told from
Starring Jessica O’Hara-Barker as the strong female lead and with Jose-Maria Aguila in the supporting role as her second husband, this production, written by Jessica Bashline and directed by Melissa Crespo, features a handsome set by Anna Driftmier that looks like it might have been designed by the great recycler,
Featuring live, traditional folk songs about the melancholic fate of women in a land dominated by an elite patriarchy incapable of experiencing pregnancy or poverty, Wickedest Woman straddles the line that would make it a musical, and the assignment of the gender-diverse cast to roles that dismiss the binary in Victorian-era costumes allow this production to straddle the line that would label
Andrew Andrews attended Wickedest Woman at McGinn/Cazale Theater WP Theater in New York on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 @ 7:00pm to write this review.