Inspired Meow Meow gives pause

Meow Meow
Boston Globe

OCTOBER 13, 2015

By Don Aucoin

Being present for “An Audience With Meow Meow’’ — and I’d strongly recommend that you do so if you can — is like taking part in a high-wire act in which the performer has invited you up onto the wire with her.

In other words, it’s a wobbly but strangely exhilarating experience in which the seeming inevitability of a fall keeps you on your toes, so to speak, even as you marvel at how well she manages to keep her balance.

What Meow Meow delivers so wittily over 80 minutes at the Cutler Majestic Theatre is part cabaret act, part performance art, part sendup of the trappings of celebrity and the conventions of show business, and, perhaps most intriguing of all, part affirmation and heartfelt celebration of theater’s power to lodge itself in our souls.

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