First, let me dispense with the pleasantries. There are two things you need to take out of The Story of O’s.
One: I have, in the past favourably likened Tonya Jone Miller to Spalding Grey in terms of format and delivery. The truth is, I believe she is one of the most unique, challenging, and talented monologists since Mr. Grey battled his Monster in a Box.
Two: You must see this show. Period. You will be doing yourself a disservice if you don’t. Continue reading