Praise for BEYOND THE PALE
Rose’s characters are rich and taut, and the situations they find themselves in are resonant because stories of immigration and disillusionment are perennially true … And while not literally true, the embodiment of the Evil Eye circa 2019 proposed in the show is both funny and chilling.
As a storyteller, Rose is both masterful and engaging; in the guise of the Evil Eye, she makes wry and amusing observations … Portrayals of the first-generation immigrant sisters, Ida and Yetta, are also warm and well-realized.
Praise for HOW NOT TO DIE
Initially, Sherri Rose is brightly earnest, a kind of cheerful teacher, referring to studies and research. By the end, passion drives her words.
HOW NOT TO DIE turns fears into both entertainment and hope. Big success!
Praise for WAITING: A LOVE STORY
With a vivacious personality, good humor and enthusiasm, Sherri takes you along on her journey as she searches for romance and love in her fifth decade of life. This no-nonsense well-travelled businesswoman gives us a humorous peek into her international workplace romance in the 21st century.
Don’t miss this stellar solo show. Sherri is deeply funny, profound, and has a magnificent stage presence.