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Archive for Sandra Tsing Loh

THE MADWOMAN IN THE VOLVO at the Pasadena Playhouse


(© Jim Cox Photography)

(© Jim Cox Photography)

Jonas Schwartz – TheaterMania

Sandra Tsing Loh has a lot to say about menopause and the suffering and confusion it causes for women. The award-winning essayist’s first play, The Madwoman in the Volvo, reveals very personal travails, but does it in a superficial way, so that the audience cannot always identify with her or understand the motives for the major upheavals she makes in her life.   more…


THE MADWOMAN IN THE VOLVO at South Coast Repertory


Deborah Klugman – Stage Raw

The charm of Sandra Tsing Loh — or of any successful comedian and satirist for that matter — lies in the ability to transform commonplace yet intensely private experiences into performance material that is entertaining, enlightening and, for some viewers perhaps, cathartic. Read more…

Now running through January 24.

THE BITCH IS BACK at The Edye at The Broad Stage



Photo by Ben Gibbs

Dany Margolies  -  Arts In LA

To be clear, the woman of the title is not only the writer-performer of this solo show, Sandra Tsing Loh. The woman of the title is all women who live to be “of a certain age.” These women have become the largest segment of American women. These women are menopausal. Read more…

Deborah Klugman – LA Weekly

In her ebullient new show, humorist and story-teller Sandra Tsing Loh talks about menopause and the trials and tribulations of women who teeter on the edge of hormone-fuel hysteria while struggling to hold it together as a mom or daughter or spouse. Read more…

Now running through August 2.