Today February 25, 2021

Strong Women on Broadway: You Go, Girls!

I managed to compile a second edition of my previous article with ease, but there are so many more that need to be mentioned, and there is one article that can only fill half of it. Here are the strong women on Broadway! Watch out!

Princess Diana (Diana)

A real-life story that finally made it to Broadway, some of which had men and others didn’t.

Members of the British royal family who value themselves as much as they value their wives, mothers, daughters, sisters and sisters-in-law.

Diana was widely underestimated by the court, but she quickly turned the tide in her favour, and the Queen stood firmly behind her. A man who took other friends and developed a love for her, a man with whom she developed feelings of respect and affection, as well as a strong sense of loyalty.

She managed to beat the experienced politician, the Queen, and turn the ordinary British people, especially women (but not the strong women on Broadway!), against the ever-popular monarch. Lady D was probably the most successful politician in the history of the United States of America, but also the world.

The lyrics are by Jon Bon Jovi and David Bryan, as well as Joe DiPietro, who also wrote the book, and Janis is the show’s narrator alongside Damian. Tina follows the story of the biographical jukebox show about Ike Turner and his relationship with his ex-wife Tina Turner.

Janis Sarkisian (Mean Girls)

She is considered a loner and social outsider, but it is she who Cady introduces when she comes to high school from Africa, and they quickly become her friends. Janis claims Regina called her a lesbian and claims she lost her when Regina did not invite her to her birthday party. They cope with the fact that the story has spread and Regina claims to have lost herself.

By the way, Renee Rapp is the best cast-replacement currently on Broadway!

Tina (Tina: The Tina Turner Musical)

Tina uses her fighting spirit to rise from rural chorus girl to global superstar, and a strong woman on Broadway can serve as an example to us all.

Their determination to fight for the rights of those around them can serve as an example to girls in need, and even more so.

Empowering women is an issue on Broadway and in the United States, and the strong women on Broadway are an example to follow!

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