People have called Paper Dolls “a play with music.” It’s also been billed as a “karaoke musical.” We have 20 people coming to see the show in two different groups, so please continue the conversation of this titillating and thought-provoking show by addressing any of the following questions and sharing your reflections.
What does the playwright, Philip Himberg, want us to think of the character of Etai, when he announces he wants to make a documentary film of the Paper Dolls?
What are your thoughts on the title of the work and the name of the group?
Is Sally’s decision to walk out on the show one that is to be taken as a moral statement of independence or an emotional reaction that leaves the whole group broken and vulnerable?
How do the musical numbers serve the show?