DI Lady DI

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

HFF22 Winner for Best Musical

A searingly innovative and comedic take on an oft-told story, DI LADY DI eschews the fairytale glamor of the people’s princess to illuminate her struggles in a paternalistic society and dysfunctional family. Under pressure to sacrifice self and conform to oppressive external demands, the Queen of people’s hearts bravely relinquishes illusory dreams to emerge from her crucible-chrysalis as an empowered woman of influence, transcending celebrity and transforming the monarchy. DI LADY DI reveals what is under the looking glass, taking an unflinching gaze into the heart and mind of an icon in turmoil, evocatively expressing lessons learned from her private journey. Through beautiful, multi-layered harmonies and incisive lyrics, DI LADY DI celebrates the transformative possibilities of looking inward, overcoming familial trauma, and the ineffable power of a woman’s intuition.

Reviews

While it's not incredibly in-depth, it's an excellent refresher on the woman who changed many people's lives. Charlotte interacts well with the audience with a smile that lit up the room.

sweet-sour - Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites - ...read full review


Within the constraint of a single hour Munson takes us through Diana, Princess of Wales’ whole twisted history of a fairy tale gone horribly wrong....

sweet - Ernest Kearney, The TVolution - ...read full review


While it's not incredibly in-depth, it's an excellent refresher on the woman who changed many people's lives. Charlotte interacts well with the audience with a smile that lit up the room.

sweet-sour - Patrick Chavis - LA Theatre Bites - ...read full review


Within the constraint of a single hour Munson takes us through Diana, Princess of Wales’ whole twisted history of a fairy tale gone horribly wrong....

sweet - Ernest Kearney, The TVolution - ...read full review