Praise for Killer Girls
Read Our Stellar Review in the Austin Chronicle by Robert Faires
"When the killer girls of this timely satire strike back at abusive bros, revenge is sweet, smart, and hilarious."
"The five sheroes in this new play by local improv luminary Kaci Beeler don't just resist their oppressors, they beat them back, they put them down, they eviscerate them (and that ain't hyperbole)...Beeler, her finger squarely on the pulse of this #MeToo moment, has crafted a dramatic outlet for all the frustration and fury felt by women now."
"And damn if drawing blood on these manipulative, malicious misogynists isn't cathartic – even for the men watching...But getting to that sanguinary climax is half the fun of Killer Girls. Beeler was serious about making this a comedy, and she's brought to the script the same perceptive wit that she uses in her improv work...The pop-culture digs fly as fast and furious as shuriken thrown by shadow warriors, and the cast has the comedic chops to make them hit their marks."
"The title already tells you exactly where this play goes, although it doesn't prepare you for the release you might feel as you watch a band of women, their hands and faces stained with blood, standing unjudged and free."