SYNOPSIS: Jo, the proprietress of a country western saloon, thinks she has just booked a country music trio into her hall, but there’s been a little misunderstanding—the trio she’s booked is actually a classical music trio. Can they teach themselves country music in 48 hours, in time to put on a show and save Hiram Hall from foreclosure?
LANGUAGE: Little to speak of, beyond a small amount of harsh language.
The language includes the frequent use of “hell,” several uses of “damn” and “God,” and two uses of “son-of-a-bitch.”
SMOKING AND DRINKING: None.
SEX: None. One of the characters is gay and bemoans her bad luck in romance, and several of the other women talk about the men in their lives, but that’s it.
FOR WHICH AUDIENCES?: Cowgirls is suitable for all general audiences, including children aged ten and older. Younger children should attend at a parent’s discretion.
RATING: If it were a movie, Cowgirls would be rated “PG.”
RUN TIME: 2:10, including a 15 minute intermission.
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