6 Women, 2 Men
Hilarity abounds when the feisty females of Eden Falls, Georgia, decide to shake up their lives.
The action in this rollicking Southern comedy takes place in SPA-DEE-DAH!, the abandoned church-turned
day spa where this group of friends gathers every Friday afternoon. After the loss of a dear friend, the women realize
time is precious and if they're going to change their lives and achieve their dreams they have to get on it now!
But Sugar Lee, their high-spirited, determined leader, has her hands full keeping the women motivated. Carlene's given
up on romance, having buried three husbands. Nita's a nervous wreck from running interference between her problematic son
and his probation officer. Mavis' marriage is so stagnant she's wondering how she can fake her own death to get out of it.
And sweet, simple Crystal entertains them all, singing Christmas carols with her own, hilarious lyrics. The comic tension
mounts when a sexy, ex-boyfriend shows up unexpectedly, a marriage proposal comes from an unlikely suitor and Sugar Lee's
arch rival vows she'll stop at nothing to steal the spa away from her. By the time the women rally together to overcome
these obstacles and launch their new, improved lives, you've got a side-splitting, joyful comedy that will make you laugh
out loud and shout "Hallelujah!"
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"These authors are terrific! They have the perfect ear for Southern comedy.
In the thirty years that I've been here, this show is one of the best."
Michael Genevie, Abbeville Opera House, Abbeville, NC
"Wonderful, wonderful! Very funny! A superb evening's entertainment!"
The Manchester Athenaeum, Manchester, England
'Garner LOVES those Hallelujah Girls!! The cast could barely get through the show
due to all the laughter from the crowd! Thank you, thank you for this fun, fabulous show!"
Beth Honeycutt, The Towne Players, Garner, NC
"I attended the Tennessee premiere of THE HALLELUJAH GIRLS at the Jonesborough Repertory Theatre.
I was treated to a delightful theater experience. The script was wonderful and I especially appreciated
the intelligent and thoughtful writing that elegantly portrays the dignity of us Southern folks."
Michael Lilly, Greeneville, TN