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GIRLS LIFE Now Extended at Pinch 'n' Ouch Theatre

Now extended November 17-20, the world premiere of Atlanta Playwright Grant McGowen's latest play "Girls Life" is the second highest grossing production at Pinch 'N' Ouch Theatre behind "Wall Street Wedding," also written by McGowen.


"Girls Life" has been billed as "a raucous new comedy about finding love in a big city," although Atlanta InTown writer Manning Harris argues, "it's definitely a comedy/drama with the accent on some pretty searing drama." Harris went on to say, "There's not a bad apple in this cast. One thing you won't be in "Girls Life" is bored. McGowen is holding that old mirror up to human nature."

Arts Atl's Andrew Alexander calls the play "must see theatre this fall." Edge Media's TK Hadman notes it's, "hip and sexy" and that "Girls Life highlights some of the ways theatre can challenge us, make us uncomfortable, and ask us to revel in incongruity." Creative Loafing's Keely Herrick says "[Girls Life] rings current and true" and that "all of the characters are interesting and unique." Pure Politics' Wilson Trivino adds, "Playwright Grant McGowen is quickly becoming a voice of his generation."

Directed by Grant McGowen, "Girls Life" features performances by Jackie Costello, Alyx Libby, Omer Mughal, Christie Vozniak, Pedro Ferreira, Alex Frazier, Brian Ashton Smith, Mala Bhattacharya-Dilley, Candace Kitchens, Rylee Bunton, & Jordan Demers. The play also showcases video projection by Casey Williams.

"Girls Life," a world premiere by Grant McGowen, is now extended November 17-20. Performances are Thursday - Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 7pm. For tickets: www.girlslifeplay.com of visit the company's page: www.pnotheatre.org.


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