Something so bad it’s good.
How far can you go with ambition, gumption, a good heart—and no talent? The Cherry Sisters’ dreams of Vaudeville took them from their Iowa barn to Broadway, where their inept acrobatics and tone-deaf caterwauling continually sold out, bringing them fame—and a barrage of rotten cabbages. With music by Michael Friedman (This Beautiful City, Gone Missing) and based on a true story, Dan O’Brien’s thought-provoking comedy takes a look at the insatiable urge to perform, and the audience’s inability to look away. "The Cherry Sisters Revisited" is part of the 34th annual Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville.