Review: Barter Theatre's production of of "Steel Magnolias" is as sweet as iced tea
Philosophy and beauty salons go together like ice and tea. At least in Chinquapin Parish, Louisiana they do. And the six women you meet there in Barter Theatre’s production of “Steel Magnolias” by Robert Harling will win your heart and teach you a thing or two about life along the way. As beloved as the 1989 movie is, the stage play from which it was derived is truly a treasure not to be missed. This version offers the rich and undiluted dialogue of the original script, which the playwright rendered from a true story in his own life. A story that makes you laugh out loud as well as cry real tears. A roller coaster ride may be a cliché, but it best describes your journey.
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