Written by Alexandra-Loonin
I wanted to be Britney, Whitney & JLo is a monologue about femininity, fantasies and gender. A young man visits his parents for family dinner but ends up locking himself in the bathroom when the attacks on his life and sexuality become to intensive. In there he looks back on his life and upbringing, turning to pop divas for comfort and understanding. In a sensitive, rhythmic manner the play walks us through a coming of age story with all it’s highs and lows. A celebration and recognition of the female role models so many of us 90s kids share I wanted to be Britney, Whitney & JLo is ultimately a story about survival.